It's an activity/game were your toddler learn and also pretend play by feeding the shape food to their corresponding monster shapes 

It takes about 45mins to 1hr to do along with your toddler (it's worth spending😍)

Materials Required:

  • Recycled Cardboards 
  • Color papers 
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue
  • Cutter
  • Scissor 

How To Make:

  • Take the cardboard, draw and cut the desired Shapes of your choices 

[We took the detergent powder carton and recycled it to make these basic (circle, square, rectangle, triangle) shape monsters and their foods] 

  • To make it to look like monsters give them a mouth (as same as their shape; eg: if it is a triangular monster then the mouth must be in the shape of a triangle)

  • Cover the shapes with the color papers (of your choice) and also let your baby glue some 👀 (number is of your choice) to the shapes

  • Then with the scraps from the same cardboard cut their corresponding (shape) foods of the monster shapes [and wrap it with white chart and let your toddler color them (optional)]

  • Finally lean the monsters onto the wall and keep their food on a plate and encourage your little monster to feed the hungry (shape)monsters 

I had lots of fun making these 4️⃣ Little Monsters with my very own "little moo monster" (You can see from the above pics for the proof 😛😂😇😁👆🏻)

This activity helps in the hand-eye cordination, creative play,.. and develops motor skills–as they help in the process of making the monsters and simultaneously they learn about the shapes and also about ♻️😎

Make these "👆🏻4️⃣ Little Shape Monsters👆🏻" along with your very own little monster😛 and have fun feeding their hunger lovelies😍

Stay tuned!!! For more activities from the ChennaiMom❤️🙏🏻

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