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Hungry Monster Colour Matching Game

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Monster, game, colour, Lego, preschool
Feed Me Now!


This is a great activity for young kids to learn about colours and older kids will also enjoy decorating their Monster bags.

Time: 15 - 20 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy



Brown paper bag
These paper bags will be transformed into Hungry Monsters


Materials
Paper bags
Scissors
Coloured paper
Glue
Pens, googly eyes and other other decorations you have
Different coloured Lego or Mega Bloks

Method



Brown paper bag


The basis for your creation is a simple paper bag. Once stood up it will be the body of the monster.



Monster, preschool, colour, game


Snip off the handles of the bags and then cut monster shapes from different colours of paper.
Cut a hole in the paper for the mouth. It should be large enough to feed a Lego or Maga Blok through.
Glue the paper monsters to the front of the bags and then cut a hole in the bag where the mouth is.



Monster, preschool, colours, games


The fun now begins for the kids. Decorate each monster with whatever you have to hand.



Monster, game, colour, Lego, preschool



Monster, game, colour, Lego, preschool


Once your monsters are ready, open the bags and stand them up.
Pile up some Lego or Mega Bloks in front and kids can now feed the hungry monsters. Blue for the blue monster, yellow for the yellow one.



Monster, game, colour, Lego, preschool



Monster, game, preschool


Categories
#Under 5s
#Easy
#Monster
#Games
#Coloyr Recognition
#Colour Matching
#Parent Craft
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