2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 18:44
Some monsters are friendlier than others. Here are a few to tinker with the kids that won't scare anyone.
The Alphabet Monster
There is nothing threatening about this dear little monster, he just wants to help children learn the alphabet! Easy to make, just leave a space just big enough to show the letters stuck on the fridge or drawn on a board and stick a stick behind. You can also start from a damaged fly swatter, if you have one.
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By the way, if your kids are afraid of monsters, you can decorate a fly swatter with eyes and a mouth for a merciless fight. Your child will be much less afraid of monsters if he has such an effective weapon.
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The Tissue Monster
Is the tissue box empty? Here's your chance to turn it into a completely goofy monster! Add crazy hair, eyes, paws and teeth, and go "UHAAARGHHGRLL!!!" »
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The Monster ofcleaning
One of the funniest monsters is the one that smashes to the ground like a slug with its funny eyes. Meet Serpillo, the monster made of a microfiber mop with styrofoam eyes.
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The wooden monsters
Theater lovers, these monster spoons are for you! You have to ask the children to paint the spoons, stick eyes on them, decorate them, dress them, add hair, hats or big ears, according to your children's inspiration.
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Monsters have a heart of stone, it's well known. With this craft, you can talk about this tasty expression with the children while painting pebbles and stones that you have found near your home. At the end, you can even stick a magnet behind your monster to stick it on the fridge.
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The Monstrous Crown
The wreaths that we hang on the front doors tell your visitors that at your place, it's always party time! This one is no exception and will set the tone a few weeks before Halloween. Start by forming a circle with pool spaghetti. You can also purchase a Styrofoam wreath from Michaels. Add tulle, eyes, teeth and abow tie to give it a cute side.
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Handfuls of monsters
“Hello, what's your name? It's always funnier to shake the hand of a monster than to shake that of an ordinary adult. Prepare monster fingers with the children by sewing or gluing felt, depending on their age.
We've already found tons of ideas for crafts and toys with rollers, but it's also possible to make monsters with those same rolls. Just stick some construction paper or paint on your rolls, stick eyes on them, and invent mouths and hair with paper, yarn, or pipe cleaners.
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Mister Potato Monster
The famous monsters from Monsters Inc. and Monsters University are very popular with many children. In fact, they are probably the most popular monsters in the world! To reproduce it everywhere, simply cut a potato in half and use it as a stencil.
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These very glamorous monsters will delight your children. Start by making the usual slime recipe, but this time,add glitter glue. Put your slime in baby jars and add eyes, arms and accessories of your choice.
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For children to be able to put their feelings into words, they need visual cues. With this monster-o-meter, they can rate their anger from slightly offended to downright furious!
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