Roll-a-Monster Game {Free Printable}

Roll-a-Monster Game by Happy Brown House

Using the book If You’re A Monster And You Know It as our starting point, we played a Roll-A-Monster to review body parts and build our own silly monsters. It’s a fun little book that grabbed Jonah’s attention.

If You're a Monster and You Know It

Monster Body Parts Prep

Using craft felt, I made some simple shaped body parts for the monster.

Roll-a-Monster Game from Happy Brown House

I free-handed my monster shapes and cut them out of inexpensive felt from the craft store.

felt

Roll-A-Monster Game Printable

Once the felt monster pieces were ready, I created a printable to go along with the game. I’m offering the Roll-A-Monster Game and the directions to you so you can spend some time giggling with your own “Little Monster.”

Roll-a-Monster Game {Free Printable} from Happy Brown House

Download Roll-a-Monster Game (2726)

How to play the Roll-a-Monster Game:

  1. Roll the dice.
  2. Count the dots.
  3. Look at the chart to see what monster body part to add to your monster (Download below)
  4. Place the correct body part on your monster.
  5. Now, it is the other person’s turn.
  6. If you roll a number that you’ve already used the body part (like feet), roll again. If you roll a number the second time, and you still can’t go, then your turn is over.

Enjoy!

Happy Monster

Other Favorite Monster Books:

go away big green monsterGo Away, Big Green Monster!

there was an old monsterThere Was An Old Monster!

glad monster, sad monsterGlad Monster, Sad Monster

Bye-bye big bad bullybugBye-Bye, Big Bad Bullybug!

Monsters don't eat broccoliMonsters Don’t Eat Broccoli

tickle monsterTickle Monster

nighty night, little green monsterNighty Night, Little Green Monster

Comments

  1. Hi Sara,
    I just wanted you to know that there is a free mp3 song for the book “If You’re a Monster and You Know It”. I downloaded it several years ago. I’m sure if you google it you will find it. If not, email me and I will gladly send it to you. It’s a great song, and I believe that the author actually sings it herself.

  2. Loved and pinned! Just too cute.

  3. That is soooooo cute! Monster crafts are irresistible… lol!

  4. Hello! I used your roll a monster game for a school party and posted about it today.

    http://www.sewcakemake.com/2013/10/all-little-monsters.html

    I gave you full credit and linked back to this page. I also included a 4-to-a-page download in case anyone else wants to use it as a party favor. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns about it. I absolutely LOVE what you did here and am so excited to spread the word about your work.

    Thanks so much!
    Vanessa
    SewCakeMake.com

  5. I love this Sara! I will definitely be using this with my little guy! Thx for linking it up at the thoughtful spot!

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