Here are 16 Monster Crafts & Activities to try out!
These Carmel Apple Monsters by Meaningful Mama looks too yummy to eat.
Talking about eating, Picnic Fork Monsters by Teach me Mommy are an easy to make craft for preschoolers.
These Rock Monsters by Rubber boots and Elf shoes will be great for imaginative play.
Have fun making a Candy Corn Monster Craft by Crafty Morning or decorate plain blocks to look like Wooden Monster Blocks by Adventure in a Box!
Chase away bedtime monsters with Monster Swatters by Happy Hooligans or play the fun Felt Monster Game by Happy Brown House!
Having a box derby coming up? Why don’t you make this cute Monster Derby Box by Teach me Mommy?
A great activity to develop creative skills is creating Shape Monsters by Hand Made Kids Art, or reuse those empty tissue boxes by making it into a
Monster Tissue Box by Totschooling!
Recycle some toilet paper rolls into Halloween Characters by Artsy Momma, or make a sweet Monster Card by Tutus & Tea Parties.
Create a keepsake this Halloween like this Monster Handprint by Melissa and Doug blog or have fun sensory play with a Monsters Sensory Bin by The Chaos and the Clutter!
Make storytelling fun with Silly Puppets Dollar Store Monsters by A Little Pinch of Perfect and Purple People Eater Puppet by There is Just One Mommy!