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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
You can find more Halloween activities and printables on my Halloween Activities for Kids page and Halloween Activities for Kids Pinterest board.
Thanks so much for including our Monsters! Have a lovely day! xx
Great to see our invitation to make…monsters included! Thanks so much!