Friday, November 18, 2011

Alien Activities and Printables

To stay with the Space Theme, Izzie has been learning a little about aliens!

For fun, she completed this alien space craft peel and stick artwork. This is perfect to help strengthen her little finger muscles! Excellent fine motor work!

This is a really cute book!

Review from Amazon:

It's a totally zany story with some of the silliest illustrations to appear in many seasons--which is to say that Aliens Love Underpants will be a surefire hit among toddlers and beginning readers. When little aliens fly down to Earth, they don't come to visit because they want to meet the Earthlings. They simply want to steal everybody's underpants! They like them large or small, they like them red or green--and they like them in all other sizes and colors, too. They think that Mom's pink, frilly panties are a perfect place to hide. And Grandpa's woolly long johns make a super-whizzy slide! The text is in verse, the illustrations are big and bright, and kids who open this book will giggle from first page to last.

Izzie's aliens!

Templates are from Kids Soup.

In addition, she completed the following...Link

Writing the alphabet in both capital and lowercase letters.

Alien Alphabet

Writing simple sentences using her sight words (this, is, not, my) and color words.

Amazing Aliens

Sight Word Practice

Alien Sight Words This Not My

Rolling and Graphing sight words is a favorite activity!

Alien Chase Sight Words

Sounding out and spelling --an family words.

Blending mat can be found here.

Short a Word Families

Sounding out, spelling, and writing --an family words, then coloring the aliens the correct corresponding color. This is an excellent activity for independent work!

Alien an Family Words

In addition, she is learning to identify coins and learn their values. I saw a green foam dice with coins attached to it at a local teacher store, which would work perfect with this activity. Of course, at the time, I wasn't sure what to do with it, so I didn't buy it and can't find it anywhere on line! Instead, I just put a handful of change in a small bucket and had Izzie draw out a coin, identity it, say it's value, then dot it on the graph.

Hungry Aliens

Astronaut Printables
Space Rocket Printables


  1. Cute, cute cute Aliens book & activities! Love it! I wanted to invite you to link up at TGIF Linky Party - - Beth =-)

  2. Your aliens are so cute. Thanks for sharing your printables it is nice when you don't have to reinvent the wheel.


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