Monster-stamp Postcard Templates provide options for imagination play or a template for a child to practice writing a letter.
What is included in the Postcard Templates
- Page 4 shows the Parts of a Letter.
- Page 5-6 are worksheets to practice labeling parts of a letter. One is cut-and-paste and the other is write in the blank.
- Pages 7 through 10 contain full-color address and stamp postcard templates.
- Pages 11-14 contain black and white address and stamp postcard templates.
- Page 15 is a blank page for postcard addresses, with an empty square for stamps.
- Page 16 has lines for writing the body of a letter.
- Page 17 has primary-grade lines for writing the body of a letter.
- Pages 18 and 19 contain stamps to print and cut out (in color and black and white, respectively) for individual postcard play.
How to Use
You do what works for your children! If you wish, begin by learning about the parts of a letter and how to write letters, using pages 5-6. Mix and match the pages with 7-15 as the front options and 16 or 17 as the back options to best meet the needs of your class’s or family’s postcard writing adventures.
Note: These postcards and stamps are not intended to be sent as is through the U.S. postal system. They are intended to be used for imagination play or letter writing practice.
See more about these postcards on my Monster writing blog post.