This activity packet comes with Monster Name Practice sheet and Monster Build-A-Name. For Monster Name Practice, write children’s names on the ribbon strip. Next, let children build their names with magnet letters. Let children stamp their names with letter stamps. Finally, let children write their names; they may use crayons, markers, or pencils. Monster Name Practice comes in colorful and black and white options. Monster Build-A-Name is editable. For Monster Build-A-Name, edit the letters to match the letters in your students name. Please, only edit the letters; do not claim any of the work in this packet as your own. I have used Pond Free Me for the font for the letters because it closely resembles handwriting that would be familiar to children. You may change the font to anything you wish if you do not want to use this one. You may also choose to change the size and color of the font as well. Click on the letter on the candy, and you should be able to edit the letter. If you have never edited in Word and can not get it to work, please email me. I will explain it to you more. My email is in the email@example.com. I have provided sixteen candies for letters for names. You may re-edit, and you may make more copies if you need more than sixteen letters. After you have all the letters that you need printed out, cut out the monster and the candies. Tell the children that the baby monster needs candy; tell them that the candies will spell their name. Have the children find the candies with the letters that are in their names. Have the children put the letters of their name in order. Have the children tape the candy letters together. The letters should be displayed up and down. I have examples for you to reference. Once the candy letters are taped together, ask the children to spell their names.