Reminder: Small materials, such as wiggle eyes, can be a choking hazard for small children, so close adult supervision is a must.
1. Monster Feet
Perfect for stomping, tromping, and roaming through imaginary lands—these feet are a fun addition to the dress-up area.
2. Sock Puppets
Maybe the monster under your child's bed is just an old sock waiting to become a star in monster theater.
Kids can wear their monster creations on their heads!
Add teeth and eyes to an empty tissue box to instantly create a scary monster!
Glue a few wiggle eyes to your child's hand and foot prints to make a few silly monsters.
Grab some craft supplies and transform paper lunch bags into monsters!
Practice beginner level origami to fold these bookmarks, then decorate to create these book monsters!
Recycle empty shampoo bottles into cute monster cups, to store pencils or markers.
Craft an entire family of monsters using empty cardboard tubes.
Download this free printable "build a monster" pack. Kids can use their imagination to create whatever monster combination they want!
11. Glove Monsters
Ever wondered what to do with all those single gloves? Turn them into glove monsters!
Add wiggle eyes to a funky frame to make a frame fit for a monster masterpiece!
Chenille sticks + wiggle eyes = these quick and easy monster finger puppets.
14. Yarn Monsters
Use yarn to create these quick and easy critters.
What's more fun than slime? Monster slime, of course!
16. Rock Monsters
Go on a nature walk, have your kids collect some rocks, then paint to make little rock monsters.
Drip paint to make these (messy) monster pots.
Give ordinary paper plates a scary twist by turning them into monsters!
Create giant tissue paper pom poms, then embellish them with wiggle eyes and chenille sticks to make fun monster decorations!
Use felt to make these spooky simple tentacle finger puppets.