Make a monster! Follow the in the attachment to listen to Go Away, Big Green Monster by Ed Emberly. Tap Tap and move the pieces as you make the monster from the story Tap to label the parts of the monster. Say: ears, eyes, hair as you go Click when you are done. Extension: click and create your own monster. Show us the parts of the body he has, using one of the tools and tell us about your monster clicking on ❓ Family Why 1. Retention of information. By listening to the story over and over again, students develop their short memory skills and then practise transferring the retained information into activity. 2. Fine motor skills. By dragging and dropping different parts of the monster, students continue developing their fine motor skills. The same applies to drawing a monster with the pointer on iPad or phone. 3. Communication skills. Students can choose to practice saying different parts of the body and record themselves speaking for better clarity and voice projection. They can always listen back to increase awareness of their own voices. 4. Body awareness. By practicing placing different parts of the monster body into the right place, students continue increasing their own body awareness.