30 Cute Monster Crafts for Kids

Monster Crafts for Kids

Have some extra Halloween fun with these silly, but not spooky, monster crafts. You can even use them for some cute decorations.

Let your children have some fun while learning about shapes with these shape monsters by Live Well Play Together

Use your child's handprint to make these monster handprint crafts by The Best Ideas for Kids.

Get your kids to collect some rocks and grab some paint to make these cute rock monsters by The Inspiration Edit.

If your kids like tie dye projects, they'll enjoy making these awesome tie dye coffee filter monsters by ABC's of Literacy.

These paper plate monsters are adorable and only require paper plates, construction paper and googly eyes by Simple Everyday Mom.

Make your own ghoulish family with these paper roll monsters. All you need is some construction paper, cardboard tubes and googly eyes for this easy monster craft. very much toddler approved by Crafts by Amanda.

A little duct tape and an old CD is all you’ll need for these incredibly cute monster faces by All Free Kids Crafts.

This no-mess paint monster is a great way to teach kids symmetry and let their monster imaginations go wild by Kids Activities Blog.

Floam monster? Oh, there are just so so many things your kids will want to do with him by Paging Fun Mums.

Mr. and Mrs. Cup Monster are ready to hang out with your family…especially your creative kids by Kids Activities Blog.

This stretchy, ooey, gooey glitter slime is full of monster eyeballs by 123 Homeschool 4 Me.

Or if you want to keep that monstrous fun contained, check out these glitter slime jars by The 36th Avenue.

These handy glove monsters are all about silliness and just hanging around. these fun monster crafts make for the perfect monster companion for any child by Krokotak.

Glue monsters are an adorable, colorful, and very creepy creation. this messy little monster is super easy and fun to make. just watch out mom! there may be some cleanup required by Gift of Curiosity.

These old can monsters are a great way to recycle, and decorate for Halloween! These tin can monster craft ideas can make for a variety of fun activities, and work great for the fall season by Love This Pic.

This ultra-creepy monster hand is sure to delight your child’s devious side by Happy Hooligans.

These love monsters are shaggy and silly. And your kids will love bringing them to life. These easy peasy yarn monsters serve as perfect spooky decoration for any room by Eighteen 25.

Give your kids the craft bag, some glue, and cups and wait for their cup monsters to come to life! by Glued To My Crafts.

These egg shaker monsters are shakin’ and rattlin’ fun! I can totally imagine them at a Monster Mash by Lolly Jane.

Let your little monster stop around with these fun, wearable, monster feet by Broogly.

Or let them create their own monster eyes and scare everyone with their stare. these scary monster crafts are a perfect costume for a classroom Halloween party by Multiples and More.

Decorate your house with these monster numbers! Perfect for birthdays or kiddo’s who are learning to count by Simplistically Living.

Worried about monsters in the bedroom? Your kids will love making their own monster swatter by Happy Hooligans.

These pinch pot monsters are easy to make, and so much fun for kids to paint by Deep Space Sparkle.

It won’t take much to make an army of ping pong ball monsters! Watch out – they’ll invade your house if you let them by Kids Activities Blog.

Or give your child some play dough and let them create dough monsters they can reshape over and over again by Creative Connections for Kids.

These painted monster rocks are great fun to make with your kiddo’s and totally a blast to hand out for Halloween by Yesterday on Tuesday.

This tissue-box tattle monster looks totally ready to chomp down on any little fingers that come near it, but really he’s just there to listen… All you need for these fun monsters are some tissue boxes by Giggles Galore.

Have fun making these colorful toilet paper roll monsters. The possibilities are endless! These cardboard tube monsters can be outfitted with pipe cleaners to act as arms or horns, making for an incredibly fun time! This cute monster craft is great for preschoolers by Our Thrifty Ideas.

These can monsters are also wind chimes! They’re hanging around in the breeze, ready for a good time via BHG.

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