Roar! This terrifying monster craft is a blast to put together, and then the game you can play with it is great for hand/eye coordination.
First, we needed a tissue box. Ours had a few tissues left in it, but I let Travis go to town ripping them out (and making them part of a super hero game), so already the craft was a hit.
Next, he decided what color our monster should be.
Travis dabbled in silvers and yellows, before declaring it was a wood monster. So mostly brown it was! Let dry.
Then it was time to put his scissor skills to the test. He helped cut out triangles for the teeth, while I made shapes for spikes and eyes.
Glue on all your monster’s decorations.
Now gather some pennies, and stand back! Because this monster wants to gobble them up.
The goal is to work as a team, and toss in as many pennies as you can from a few feet back.
If more pennies land inside the mouth than outside, you all win!
Travis loved the game, and we had to fill the monster’s belly and empty it over and over. It was also great for counting practice, since he made sure he and I started with the same number of pennies each time.
All in all, frightfully good fun.