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.
Monster Body Parts Prep
Using craft felt, I made some simple shaped body parts for the monster.
I free-handed my monster shapes and cut them out of inexpensive felt from the craft store.
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."
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How to play the Roll-a-Monster Game:
- Roll the dice.
- Count the dots.
- Look at the chart to see what monster body part to add to your monster (Download below)
- Place the correct body part on your monster.
- Now, it is the other person's turn.
- 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.