This cool little goblin is fun for Halloween. The feathers make it such a unique monster.
These totally adorable cookie stick monsters are really easy, with no cookie cutters required. Make them for Halloween or a […]
Zombie Candy Cups, filled with ‘blood-stained’ candy bones or hot and spicy blood red candies, make ghoulish treats for Halloween. […]
These miniature monster cheese balls are great for Halloween or just a fun afternoon snack. Kids will be smiling from […]
Puppets are always fun to make and provide hours of imaginative play. This cute Frankenstein is perfect for Halloween!
Turn ordinary cardboard tubes into a colorful family of ghoulish monsters! This creative craft is fun anytime, but especially fun […]
Everybody loves cute monster faces, so these easy windsocks make a great project for kids. While they are great for […]
These Halloween luminaries are easy to make, full of color and look great all lined up along your driveway. Give […]
Your child will love practicing math skills with this fun Math Monster activity! Make Place Value Puppets for older kiddos […]
Create a healthy Halloween treat this featuring fruit and seeds. They’re lots of fun to make and sure to inspired creativity.
This cute monster pencil case gobbles up pencils keeping them safe in her mouth while you are in class! Make […]
Whip up a simple Halloween treat with the kids with this Frankenstein marshmallow pops recipe! Your little monsters will love […]
This cute monster is made from a Styrofoam egg. It’s such a fun project for Halloween, with so much room […]
This Halloween make super easy and adorable Frankenstein monster pudding cups. They’re great for a Halloween party or a day […]
These adorable monsters start with store-bought rice krispie treats. They’re so easy and lots of fun to make.
Celebrate Halloween with Frankenstein, Jack O’Lanterns, monsters, and eyes peeking out from the dark! These fun treat cups are a […]
This monster project is a great craft to make with construction paper and shredded colored paper. Monsters are great for […]
This cute monster-themed gift box is made from a cardboard tube. It is just the right size for holding small […]
Make adorable monsters using brownies, frosting, cereal, pretzels, and your own creativity. This is an activity kids of all ages […]
Make friendly, furry, monster gift bags with some craft fur, googly eyes, and pipe cleaners. They’re so much fun to […]
Let your creativity go wild using paint and pom poms to transform cardboard tubes into whimsical monsters. Line these guys […]
How cute are these!? Make adorable monsters from squished homemade kool-aid play dough, wiggle eyes and a few embellishments.
These are the cutest edible monsters ever! Check out all the different combinations you and your kids can make with […]
It can be hard to find Valentine ideas that boys AND girls will like. These adorable monsters will appeal to […]
These adorable monster puppets made from felt. Use the free printable pattern to cut out all the features.
Use empty cardboard tubes to make cute mummies that are perfect for Halloween parties. They are fun and easy to […]
This charming monster is so fun and easy to make! Start with feather boas and add eyes, horns, a mouth […]
Pet Rocks Pet rocks are a neat way to express your creativity and your own personal style. Whether it’s a cute […]
These fun yard lights are made from recycled plastic milk jugs and paint. Get creative and light up the yard […]
Need a simple craft idea for Halloween? This is perfect for little ones and takes almost no time at all.
Use plastic bread tags and paint to create these fun Halloween monsters! They’re a great way to close goodie bags […]
Turn empty, recycled cereal boxes into fun and kooky monsters using construction paper and a glue stick! A fun craft […]
All dressed up and ready to hold your party treats, these monster bags will work perfectly for a Halloween party […]
Make adorable monsters using recycled canning lids and colorful paper! These would make fun wearable pins or magnets too.
Super cute and easy to make, these monster hats will be a hit at any party. Cheap party hats are […]
Sandwich Box Monster Who knew the empty box that holds your sandwich bags could make such a cute little monster? […]
Tinker around to build some cool and one-of-a-kind creatures! This project is a great way to use up any leftover craft […]
These delicious monster sandwiches are quick and easy to make and are sure to make lunchtime fun! Serve them during […]
Explore dominant and recessive genes through artwork. This fun art lesson helps kids understand the science of basic inherited genetics.
This is the most fun way I’ve ever seen to patch a hole in your child’s jeans! Who wouldn’t love […]
Make cute little monsters using foam, pom poms, and pipe cleaners, a great Halloween party craft that kids will love. […]
Get creative and make these fun monster masks with your kids. Use all kinds of crafty things like pom poms, […]
This Frankenstein pinata is perfect for your Halloween party!
Rock painting is family-friendly, fun, easy and affordable. Follow the steps to create your own Mike and Sulley rocks.
This adorable monster is ready to gobble up your tooth and spit out some money in return! Boys will especially […]
The Tattle Monster is a friendly little monster ready to listen and gobble up those unwanted tattles young kids so […]
Colorful monsters created from paint splotches. No two are ever the same!
These no-sew Popsicle holders are sure to keep those little fingers from freezing! They are made from felt and buttons […]
These Glow in the Dark Monster Rocks have just the right amount of spooky. They’re a great craft for a […]
Make this friendly, furry monster headband to wear this Halloween. It’s easy to do with just a few simple, inexpensive craft […]
These not-so-spooky Twirling Paper Monsters are great fun for kids to make for Halloween. Let your creativity go wild!
These silly Plastic Spoon Monsters are a great Halloween craft for kids. Let your creativity go wild!
Decorate for Halloween with these easy-to-make Paper Halloween Luminaries. Use these designs or make up your own!
Turn soft sugar cookies and ice cream into these adorable Cookie Monster ice cream sandwiches. It’s easy to do and […]
Use a coffee filter to make your very own Grover. This is a wonderful project to accompany ‘The Monster at […]
Create a one-of-a-kind monster plushie with felt. The post has other great ideas for monster-themed activities.
Create a cool eye keychain with felt. This simple hand-sewn project is appropriate for sewing novices.
Create cute little monsters using the craft supplies you have on hand. They’re fun for St. Patrick’s Day or for no […]
Turn a paper sack into a paint-splattered monster puppet. It’s messy, but so much fun!
Monsters don’t have to be scary. Follow the steps to draw your own happy monsters with big eyes.