Halloween Monster Shirt Activity for Kids

I am already working on getting my kids into the Halloween spirit by creating spooky activities they can join in on!

Our latest adventure is creating our very home handmade finger painted monster shirts. This is a great activity for toddlers or older kids as well. I had to add some final touches to each monster tee, but older kids could have a blast adding their own monster face, however my 1-year-old and 2-year-old are not quite ready to paint with such detail.

I love this activity too, because now my boys have a little keepsake from their toddler years that we could dress a stuffed animal in or make small pillow from once they grow out of it. It’s kinda like a never ended craft in that regard…

This is a rather inexpensive craft if you already have the supplies, you’ll just need to pick up some new shirts to paint on! Keep reading for more monster shirt activity inspiration:

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Dollar Tree Halloween Themed Sensory Bin for Toddlers

Hey there internet! It’s been a loooong time since I have shared some ideas, style and stories with you. I’ve been a busy mom of two babies under the age of two-years-old, and it is not for the faint of heart. My greatest DIY project of all time has been figuring out motherhood along with creative ways for my kiddos to play and learn – and keeping the house somewhat clean (I don’t think a completely chaos free house will exist until my boys are 18 LOL! but I do love me some chaos… 😉 )

Now that my oldest has stopped putting absolutely everything in his mouth, I can finally whip up some fun sensory bins – and what is more fun than celebrating spooky season in August with a Halloween-themed sensory bin!

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