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10 Monster Jokes for Kids
Before we get started with our monster project ideas, let’s set the mood and start off with some
funny monster jokes for kids.
What hangs from monster trees? Frankenvines.
Why did Frankenstein’s Monster ask for a check-up? He felt stiff all over.
Why were the children upset with Dracula when they played baseball together? All he wanted to do was bat.
What do monsters order with a sandwich? Ghoulslaw.
Why are mummies the best detectives? They know how to wrap up a mystery.
Why is Frankenstein’s Monster always smiling? The doctor keeps him in stitches.
What do you do when 10 boogeyman are at your front door? Hope it’s Halloween.
Why did the monster need lip balm? His lips were Kraken.
What is a dangerous way to reach the attic of a haunted house? The Monstairs.
These and more kids’ monster jokes can be found
Monster Books for Kids
40 Best Monster Crafts for Kids
Halloween is around the corner and it is time to get spooky.
Our list of crazy monster crafts for toddlers, preschoolers, and older kids includes everything from paper plate monster crafts, craft monsters with popsicle sticks, monster paper crafts, slime, and many other monster activities.
Let’s start with cool monster arts and crafts projects.
Monster Crafts for Toddlers
Let’s start off with our monster ideas for toddlers.
These monster projects are easy enough for them to manage by themselves or with a little help from a caretaker.
They will have a lot of fun!
First, we start off with these easy blow monsters DIY projects.
All you need is a drinking straw and water colors. The full tutorial can be found in the link below.
Will your monster be happy or sad?
This feeling monster activity will help your toddler to express their feelings.
Let's check it out here:
Do you have any recycled CDs at home?
They are perfect to create cute little monsters out of them.
Don't you agree? It is such an easy toddler monster craft your young children will love.
Yarn wrapping is one of our favorite toddler activities in our house.
Prepare your cardboard monster ahead of time for your toddler and let them wrap yarn around them.
For them, it is not only fun but will help develop their motor skills.
Coffee filters are great craft supplies. This DIY monster craft tutorial will show you how to tie-dye them and turn them into cute monsters.
Next, it is time to play a monster game.
Blindfold your players and let them pin the eye on the monster.
Which toddler doesn't like bubbles?
With the help of food coloring or already colored bubbles, they can turn them into your next toddler monster artwork.
Adorable aren't they?
I love reading to my kids.
These monster bookmarks are easy enough for your toddler to make and will help you with their daily reading.
Pick a monster book above and get ready for Halloween!
Monster Crafts for Preschoolers
Preschoolers can be challenged to improve their motor skills. Try these monster preschool crafts with them at home or in your classroom!
Now, it is time for our first preschool monster craft.
Let's start off with this fun hand-paper monster craft.
Get your printable monsters here and choose bright colors to decorate them or use them as monster cards.
Here are even some cool
Monster Phrases you can use for them!
Do you prefer to craft with paper plates? No problem, try this paper plate monster project next.
It is an easy clue on craft project and perfect for Halloween classroom projects.
Here is another monster paper plate craft for you!
If your preschooler is already a little bit older this DIY monster project will be perfect.
Get these scissors out and get ready!
Do you have a Halloween or Halloween-themed birthday party coming up?
Let your children create a fun monster handprint invitation.
You can even find matching
Halloween Quotes for Kids here.
Simple paper crafts can be a lot of fun as well.
Download this crazy monster printable and get crafty with your students.
Drinking cups, paper rolls, or egg cartons are great craft supplies to create crazy little monsters.
Have a look in the following tutorial and find out how you can make these monsters next.
Crafting with popsicle sticks is so much fun.
Go check out these popsicle stick monsters next.
Uhh, I love this paper cone monster craft for preschoolers!
Time to get some bright craft paper and try to build them at home.
Do your like sensory play activities?
Then there is a great monster sensory activity your kids will be obsessed about.
You can find the monster recipe in the following link.
In case you prefer slime here is a great monster slime recipe for you as well.
Place them in small jars, decorate them as monsters and you have a nice Halloween party giveaway!
We didn't craft with styrofoam in a long time.
Here is a great monster craft idea of how you can turn styrofoam balls into fun little monsters.
Turn old easter eggs into monster shakers.
Decorate them with help of googly eyes, pom poms, or pipe cleaners, and let them get spooky!
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Kindergarten Monster Crafts
Your child is already in Kindergarten? The following monster kindergarten crafts are perfect for them:
It is time for some kindergarten monster fun!
My children started to learn cursive in Kindergarten.
This was one of their favorite writing activity at that time: Cursive Name Monsters
Here is a fun monster activity on how to keep your kids entertained while practicing their cursive handwriting!
Get an old blue sock and let your elementary students turn them into cookie monsters.
Here is the full monster craft tutorial for you:
It does not need to be Valentine's day to try this fun love monster project.
With the help of yarn and googly eyes, you can learn how to make your own monsters here.
Get a small flower pot and learn how to turn them into a colorful monster.
All you need are the right colors and drinking straws and you are good to go!
Recycle projects are my favorite.
You are doing something good for your environment and do not have to spend money on craft supplies.
Here is a fun way how to turn old newspaper into a fun monster wreath.
Go check it out next!
In case you prefer to work with printables, try this monster mix-and-match cube next.
Print the monster printable out ahead of time and let your students fold and color them.
They will love their monster results!
Pop-up cards can be tricky to make but are so much fun.
Nevertheless, your elementary students should be able to handle this monster card.
Also, here are
quotes and messages for any occasion.
Who can't use a pencil holder for all these markers and crayons at home?
Here are a monster idea to make that happen!
Aren't these little peg monsters cute?
Learn how to craft them here just in time for Halloween!
Do you still need to decorate for Halloween at home?
Then why not let your kids make one of these fun pom pom monster craft wreaths?
Go check the full tutorial out here:
Painting rocks became quite popular.
For Halloween, you can turn your next rocks into fun little monsters.
If you use glow-in-the-dark paint they will even light up at night!
More Monster Crafts for Kids
If these weren’t enough easy monster crafts for you, go check out the following craft monster ideas for kids:
In case you are a visual learner, here are eight cool monster tutorials for you:
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