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Monster Gobble Game

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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This is a great fun party game for kids of all ages and a craft you can do in advance too.



Monster, party game



Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard box
Paint
Newspaper or lightweight balls

Method
Draw a large jagged hole which will be the monster's mouth.
Cut out the hole (something to be done by a parent!)
Decorate with paint around the mouth to make the face of your monster.
The aim of the game is to throw and get into the mouth of the monster, as many of your balls as possible. Balled up newspaper or lightweight balls work well and cause less damage.
Younger kids can stand closer and older ones further away from the monster.

How many balls will the monster gobble up?

Categories
#Easy
#Party game
#Monster
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