Are you ready for some spooky slimy monster fun this Halloween with your child? Here are 20 Monster Activities for Kids! A creative inspiration to go along with your favorite monster themed books like Go Away Big Green Monster or Monster Trouble!
Which monster craft idea will you choose first spooky, slimy or silly fun?
One of childhood fears is monsters. Tackle this fear with these adorable monster themed activities for your child. Featured in the article are a collection of monster crafts and activities that will bring the silliest fun out of Halloween Monsters.
The slimy spooky fun will invite sensory play and creativity. Plus a few sneak in learning the letters of the alphabet and learning numbers. Most importantly they help to build your child’s imagination.
Start off your monster fun by creating your own Monster Science Lab.
How many eyeballs does your monster have? Create this adorable Slime Counting Monster Activity by Fun-A-Day
Take your monster out for some Spooky fun by making Slime Monsters by No Time for Flashcards
Blow those fears of monsters away with this colorful Monster Blow Painting by Picklebums
Create your very own Alphabet fun this Halloween with this Monster Alphabet Craft
Have fun creating various monster faces with these Painted Monster Rocks by Easy Peasy and Fun
Working on writing skills, get a little slimy with this Monster Slime Sensory Writing Tray by Imagination Tree
Read the book and create playtime fun with Go Away Big Green Monster Slime Play Activity by Still Playing School
Will your monster be spooky or silly? Try making a few with these Puffy Paint Monsters by To Be a Kid Again
Add a little science fun to your spooky monsters with this Disappearing Monster Activity by Toddler Approved
Add a little giggle to your monster fun by making Silly Monster Rocks by Twitchetts
Makes those monsters a little less frightful with a calming Frankenstein Sensory Bottle by Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Work on your math skills with this Monster Eyeball Math Game by Imagination Soup
The glitter, slime and eyeballs screen make me!! Create your own Magical Monster Slime by Lemon Lime Adventures
Create an invitation to create by making a Monster Playdough Invitation to Fantastic Fun and Learning
Sneak a little learning into your monster fun with these monster themed activities focused on early learning development.
Here are a few of my favorite monster books for kids to go along with your Spooky Slimy Monster Activities.
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There’s a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher
Go Away, Big Green Monster! by Ed Emberley
Tickle Monster by Josie Bissett
If You’re A Monster And You Know It by Rebecca and Ed Emberley
Monsters Love Colors by Mike Austin
My Monster Mama Loves Me So by Laura Leuck
Monster Trouble! by Lane Fredrickson and Michael Robertson
It’s Halloween, Little Monster
Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters
Here’s the ultimate list of Monster Books for Kids to explore!
Create a special Halloween Storytime with these adorable monster books. And then pick a few of your favorite monster activities for kids to create and make that are spooky, slimy and FUN!
Don’t forget to stop by our Virtual Book Club for Kids Facebook group to share your Monster Activity Photos for Monster Week!
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