Our next activity involved magnets. Lots and lots of magnets, which I used to make these monster face magnets for the girls to play with. They each had a set of eyes (made from googly eyes and poker chips) mouths, noses, ears, horns, and hair which they could arrange in all manner of different ways to create these creepy creatures.
The final monster related activity was monster goo, the recipe for which can be found here.
This is of course assuming that you follow directions. Birdy and CC prefer a more experimental approach, mixing a little of this and a little of that, so our goo was probably not the right consistency. But it was gross all the same.
I gave the girls googly eyes and let them play. They loved it! They would laugh and squeal with a mixture of disgust and delight. I shall call our Monster Madness day a complete success!
I linked up with...
Rainbows Within Reach Monster Linky party