and snarling at all my attempts to cheer them up. So I’m stashing away the downloadable Monster Mania ebook from Make and Takes to help me out with a few easy craft ideas when crayons just aren’t cutting it.
fairly craft illiterate — I don’t own a glue gun and can barely sew on
a button — so take my word that this Monster Mania ebook and its 15 clearly explained kid-friendly craft projects will not send
you over the edge. You’ll find everything from furry monster feet to a monster memory game and even recipes for your littlest to
help make and eat. A preschooler could easily handle the projects with your help, while a younger toddler will just be happy running around in her new hairy monster hat.
Author Marie LeBaron ties a learning objective into each craft which
makes me feel super productive for spending an hour growling and
stomping around the house. And, as an admitted book freak, I love the children’s book reference list at the end, with loads of kid-friendly
monster books. It’s all perfect for those days when your little monster
is being, well, a little monster. –Christina
Download a copy of Make and Takes’ Monster Mania ebook for only $7.