Make-a-Monster Game

Make-a-Monster Game

I've always been inspired by the underlying messages of Dr. Seuss's books. I love that they encourage coloring outside of the lines, trying new things, and exploring creativity in unconventional ways. As a treat for our kid testers, we pulled together this quick game challenging them to explore creativity and get a little goofy! We loved seeing the creatures they dreamed up which were all a little wild and very silly.

Click here to download our printable game board to start playing!

5 - 8
Est. Time:
<30 mins

How we did it:

Materials List

  1. paper
  2. markers
  3. die
  4. printable
  1. Download and print our printable game board that assigns a body part to each number of the di. If you like, you can also make up your own!

    With a marker and paper, have each kid start by drawing the body of their creature.

  2. Use the game board as a prompt. Have your child roll the dice and draw the body part that corresponds with the number rolled. If they roll a 5, they got the wild card and add anything they want to their drawing!

  3. Keep rolling until you feel like your monster is complete. Your creature might end up with 6 arms and 3 mouths, but that's all apart of the fun!