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Lots of kids go through a phase where they start to “see” monsters everywhere, especially at night when they are alone in their rooms.
Having them create their own monsters may be a great way to desensitize them.
But even if your kids aren’t afraid of monsters, engaging in these monster crafts and activities is a fun way to prepare for Halloween!
Note: For more kid-friendly Halloween activities see my Halloween Activities for Kids page.
Are you a fan of handprint and/or footprint art? If so, you’ll want to check out this monster footprint art from FSPDT. (Update: broken link removed)
I think these fuzzy wuzzy pom pom monsters from Our Little House in the Country are super cute! I bed my kids wouldn’t be afraid of these monsters at all!
These DIY wooden monster blocks from Adventure in a Box came out absolutely gorgeous – and not scary at all!
This cardboard box monsters Halloween craft from Our Little House in the Country looks like a great way to use some odds and ends.
I love invitations to create! This invitation to make monsters from Multicraftingmummy is a super cute craft for young kids.
More Halloween resources
More Halloween posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Mason jar jack-o-lantern
- Halloween sensory bin
- Candy experiments
- Halloween Montessori activities
- Ghost bubbles
- Toilet paper mummies
- Drip painted pumpkins
- Halloween Printables Pack
- Jack-o-lantern Printables Pack
- Halloween Bingo
- Halloween do-a-dot printables