Kids of all ages will have great fun painting these blob monsters, but of course the idea is primarily aimed at younger children, who will be delighted with the results! Why not paint lots of blob monsters then cut them out roughly and hang or display them around the room...
We have had lots of fun with these monster crafts! What we love about them is that children can really use their imagination and go to town on their creations - and no matter what they come up with, they can be proud of the result! We hope you find lots of inspiration here to get you started...
Children will have great fun designing and sewing their own original felt monster toy - perfect for Halloween or any time of year!
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This little ball of fluff is actually a monster in disguise! It's a great monster craft idea for children who are learning to sew... the sewing bit doesn't take long and of course you can decorate your monster in all sorts of ways to give him or her real character!
We used a large square peg board for our Frankenstein, and black, green, white and orange beads. He looks really good hanging from a Halloween mobile, or as a fridge magnet.
This is a brilliant nature craft for kids, who will love creating their own grass head monster and watching him sprout hair! One of our most popular crafts anytime!
Looking for some drawing and crafting inspiration for the kids? Shelly has some fun ideas to try in this guest post, including funny monsters and fantastical vehicles...
Cut out a print of a child's hand and let them use their imagination and crafty bits and pieces to decorate them as a monster! A perfect way to capture a moment in time at Halloween.
This modelling clay monster craft is a great craft idea for little ones, because anything goes!
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Collage is a great activity which allows children to use their imagination and create a wonderful effect, whether they have innate artistic ability or not. And it is perfect for mixed age groups too. Creating a monster collage can be really imaginative, too, as anything goes!
Here's an unusual craft - but one which is useful at Halloween or any time the kids are interested in monsters! They will have great fun stomping around the room and this monster feet craft will suit all ages as you can make the feet as fantastic and detailed as you like.
Children will have great fun designing their very own monster pencil toppers - they can make them as scary or as silly as their imagination will allow!
Make your own Monsters University tote bag with the help of these printable instructions. It would be perfect for collecting treats on Halloween, wouldn't it?
Make up a delicious smoothy with help from Monsters University! Three interesting monster smoothy recipes here...
This is a fun craft to do as you can make your monsters as spooky or as cute as you would like. These are a creative and budget-friendly Halloween craft and would be perfect for a party. We leave a trail of monster rocks going up our garden path at Halloween.
Encourage your kids to use their imagination to design a scary monster using some basic craft supplies.
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Dig into your craft cupboard and drag out all your little bits and pieces and scraps to make these fun pompom monsters! You could stick the monsters onto the end of a pencil if you like, or hang them up with a length of thread.
Great for Halloween or anytime monsters are required, are takeaway (take-out) box monster allows you to really let the imagination fly and use up your craft cupboard supplies!