Non-Fiction | 21 March 2016Fun with Fingerprint Monsters Share article facebook twitter google pinterest From movies about monsters to TV shows with monster main characters, monsters are clearly of interest to children. This interest can even be used to show learning. Teachers and parents are always looking for inventive ways to help their children show their learning. Fingerprint Monsters is one such way! If you’re unfamiliar with some of the topics learned about by children through their social studies curricula, check out Fun at the Museum: History for Kids. In that book, you’ll find information on the Vikings, Ancient Greeks and Romans, and many more. Did someone say Vikings? Check out just one of the many monsters described in Fingerprint Monsters! Draw a fingerprint viking! Rather than a boring, old written history report, why not have the child illustrate his learning visually with fingerprint monsters! Perhaps your child is learning about the medieval era. This book will show you those figures too! Draw a fingerprint knight! And what would a knight be without his noble steed? A knight is not always alone on a journey; instead, often a companion is alongside. How to draw a Horse with your fingerprint. How to draw a knight on a horse. Aside from the educational connections mentioned above, Fingerprint Monsters is just plain fun. Fingerprints are something we all have, but we don’t usually pay them much attention. Even the youngest “monsters” can have fun turning their cute, little fingerprints into cute, little animals. Any age of monster will surely get a kick of creativity and fun from this book! Fingerprint Monsters and Dragons and 100 Other Adventurous Creatures Author: Ilona Molnar Author: Natasha Mossbauer Author: Silvia Keller Format: Paperback, 160 Pages ISBN: 9781631591419 Publisher: Quarry Books Series: Fingerprint Art Buy from an Online Retailer US: $14.99 Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.