Fall is the season of leaves, pumpkins, turkeys, and… monsters?
While we don’t do the whole scary Halloween thing, we do embrace the cute monsters so no-fuss monster crafts for kids are always a treat
My girls would just as soon make a monster-themed craft as something pumpkin or apple-themed in the fall.
We also love monsters year-round, and you might just find us making something monster-themed in the summer or spring, too. Just don’t tell the seasonal police!
We are big fans of monsters at our house, so we’re always on the lookout for fun monster crafts.
I’ve complied a list of some of my favorite monster crafts so you can pick your favorite from the list.
Simple Monster Crafts Using Household Supplies
These monster crafts can be made from household supplies that you probably already have in your house right now.
Make a monster from a cardboard tube via Happy Hooligans
Bottle cap monsters via Crafts by Amanda
Silly face monsters via Fantastic Fun and Learning
Popsicle stick monsters via Crafts by Amanda
Monster Crafts Using School Supplies
If you have school supplies lying around (and who doesn’t?), you’ll be able to make these fun monsters.
Monster pencil toppers via The 36th Avenue
Monster bookmarks via Tally’s Treasury
Messless Monsters via Kids Activities Blog
Monster emoji bookmarks via Schooling a Monkey
Recommended Monster Toys
Have even more fun with monsters with these toys and puzzle that you can bring home.
Fun Express Monsters Plush (1 Dozen)Melissa & Doug Monster Bowling Game, Plush 6-Pin Bowling Game with Carrying Case, Weighted Bottoms, 7 Pieces, 9Ravensburger Disney Monsters University Picture Day Puzzle in a Suitcase Box 100 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle for Kids – Every Piece is Unique, Pieces Fit Together PerfectlyDisney Parks Monsters Inc. Collectible Figurine Playset Play Set Cake Topper
Monster Crafts That Will Last
Sometimes you want to craft with something other than paper. These crafts will fit the bill perfectly.
Slime monsters via The 36th Avenue
Monster mugs via Repeat Crafter Me
Rock monsters via Kids Activities Blog
Glove monsters via Craftaholics Anonymous
And if you want something a little more educational, try this monster math for preschoolers and kindergarteners!
Try reading this adorable monster books to help your kids get over their fear of monsters.