Friday, October 31, 2014

Monster Stompers Activities, Games, Crafts Food & FREEBIE!

I do not know what the attraction is but children LOVE monsters. When I was a child the "Big Daddy Roth" monsters were a SMASH hit! Why even "The Beav" had to have one of those monsters! 

If you want to see what happens in this episode, you can purchase it from Amazon  here:

 or if you are interested in the entire 5th season:

I always wanted to be a mother like June Cleaver but have always found myself fallen short....sigh...things sure are not like they used to be that is for sure...
If you are into Big Daddy Roth, here is a site featuring a good amount of merchandise:

Pintrest also has a Big Daddy Roth Monster board:

So of course my babes want to get into the monster act! We watched The 3 Monsters on our Show N Tell:

You can get this Show N Tell for your babes from eBay: 

Sesame Street The monsters 3 Wishes Show N Tell

Then we watched our "What's Under My Bed" filmstrip:

You can get the book from Amazon:

or try and find the film strip like ours from eBay:

What's Under My Bed

We sang a Monster Song:

Monster in the Bathroom

We read our FAV Giant book:

You can get our fav giant book from Amazon to read to your babes:

or find it on eBay:

The Giant's Shoe


We made some Frankie shoes from kleenex boxes after we read our book:

We did some "M is for Monster" printing:

Next, we played some Monster Games. We did Monster Roll N Graph from the 3 Dinosaurs Monster Pack:

Monster Pack Printables from 3 Dinosaurs

For our next monster game, we made a monster out of a box placing his mouth low to the ground for ease and fed him (plastic) apples...the pictures are a bit blurry but you can get the idea:


We made some Monster faces from various materials and styrofoam meat trays:

Turned out pretty good, eh?

 We also made Monster Ghouls from paper bags and face parts cut out from magazines:

Then we made Monster Stompers. These stompers lasted for years! Made from large coffee cans & foam sheets, each child chose the monster they wanted. Sierra chose Monster Toes while Julian chose Frankie:

My babes went stomping here, stomping there, they went stomping everywhere. Up and down, all around they stomped on the ground. Where their monster's would take them, I did not know but they were most certainly on the go. And when their stomping feet did stop, down they sat with a plop!

If you would like to make these Monster stompers, you can get some foam sheets from Amazon:

5 1/2" X 8 1/2"            12" X 18"

or select from this array on eBay:

Foam Craft Sheets 

For lunch we ate Monster Toes:

and tongues:

 Some monster hands:

You can get a hand cookie cutter to make these hand sandwiches just like ours from Amazon:


or find all kinds of cookie cutter hands from eBay:

Hand Cookie Cutter

and we drank bloody drinks:

 We used red cake icing gel for the blood. You can get some from Amazon for your bloody drinks:


 or choose from a variety on eBay:

Red Icing Gel

Then we topped it off with our Monster Cup Cakes:


If you need some monster eye cake decos, you can get some from Amazon:

 a huge selection on eBay: 

Eye Cake Decorations

As for the Gummy Fingers, I could only find this pack of Gummy Body Parts on Amazon:

but I did find a nice selection of Gummy Body Parts on eBay:

Gummy Body Parts

And now for your vintage Monster coloring pages FREEBIE from our Teacher's Notebook Store

Vintage Monster Coloring Pages

Well, that wraps it up for our Halloween tribute this year, we hope you enjoyed our Monster blog post! Be sure to come back soon as we are doing a North Eastern American Indian Unit for Thanksgiving with ooodles of activity FUN!!


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  1. Wow so many great upcycled crafts! love the monster treats too :) I would love a pet monster that ate apples (plastic or real lol) and some stompers of my own! I will for sure have to try that craft with the grands! Thanks for linking up to our Creative Challenge!

  2. What a cute monster game. I used to love Leave it to Beaver, I'm going to have to see if they have it on Netflix so my kids can see it! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you found some great posts to visit this week!

    1. YOU are the BOMB (as my girls would say when they were teens) Tanya!!! I am so STOKED you want your babes to watch "The Beav"!!! I hope they enjoy the days of yesteryear! And boy did I find some most EXCELLENT posts on Small Victories Sunday Linkup!!! I am thinking it is currently my FAV linky party!!! STOKED I found your party!!!

  3. So creative! Love all the monster crafts & learning activities. The sandwiches were so cute, too! Thank you for linking up to our Small Victories Sunday linkup. Great post! :)

    1. Hi Tiffany!!! Many thanks for visiting our blog & commenting!!! I cannot say I am really that creative...being an educator for so many decades after awhile, things just came together! Hope to see you again on Small Victories Sunday Linkup!!!

  4. You guys have so much fun in your house!!! I love the activities and am so glad you shared them with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!