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Roll-a-Monster Game {Free Printable}

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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.


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

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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.


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Aynur Başak

Sunday 17th of October 2021

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Wednesday 3rd of February 2016

Yesterday, a Pre-K daycare child requested a felt monster exactly like the monster shown under the title of this roll the dice game. I'm going to make more felt monsters and parts in different colors. Are there other roll the dice to color or build activities? Where did you find the large dice? May I specifically subscribe to activities for infant to Pre-K?

Sara McClure

Wednesday 3rd of February 2016

Hi Marilyn, the dice came from The Dollar Tree a few years ago. I have a Build-a-Minion game available on the Free printables page. I don't have a specific feed for preK activities at this time, but I share all kinds of awesome fun. Most of the learning activities I do are for the younger crowd.

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