Easy DIY Halloween birthday animation: monster pouches
Easy DIY Halloween birthday animation: monster pouches
DIY MONSTER POUCH
If you organize birthday or Halloween party, but you don't know how to keep the children busy, we have an idea for you! Thanks to this easy and free tutorial, you can make an animation where children can create monster pouches! It's a great gift they can take home as a souvenir after the party! 100% in theme, 100% fun, 100% scary, let's go!

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    Download the forms printable. 

Djeco created a game called Artisti'k. If you find it, jump on it, it is no longer edited! The game consists of choosing a form from a dozen proposed forms, and drawing its imprint.

When the shapes are drawn, one of the participants or an adult rolls a dice and draws a card and depending on the result says:

- "You must make 6 ears, 5 arms, 3 noses, 1 foot..."

The idea is to use this game to have children do a workshop and ask them, in a guided way, to draw monsters.

1. You will be able to download shapes that you will need to laminate on cardboard to be able to transform them into shapes that are solid enough so that they do not move when the children draw the footprints.

2. Each child chooses a shape and draws it on his paper bag.

3. When the children have finished drawing their shape. You can tell them what part of the face they are going to draw. To start: the mouth.

4. All you have to do is roll the dice and read the result. It's a 6, so you need to draw 6 mouths. When the children have finished the 6 mouths, you can move on to the nose, eyes, ears, eyebrows...

5. All you have to do is congratulate them:

- "It's beautiful!!! Your monsters are absolutely terrifying!!!"

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