Monsters can be scary, but drawing a monster makes your kids fun! Create your own silly monster and learn the number. Prepare a piece of paper and draw it out. How your monster looks like?
Design Your Own Monster
Roll A Monster
A funny math games. Your kids will practice numbers as they counts dots on the dice and applies that number to the drawing. They can play with a parent, a sibling, or a friend.
- 2 dice
- Sheets of paper
What You Do:
Start with a body. Draw any sort of shape but leave out the arms, legs, head, and face.
Roll one die. Ask your child to count the dots, then use the key to figure out which body part you draw for the number.
Roll the second die. Again, ask your child to count the dots. This is how many body parts you draw. For example, if you roll a six first and a four second, you’ll draw four feet on your monster.
Now it’s the next player’s turn. Let him take a turn rolling the dice and then drawing his body part. The fun part about drawing a monster is that it can have several heads, arms, legs, and other parts…. Use your imaginiation!
The first one to get all 6 different body parts on her monster is the winner! Hang the monsters around the house, then play again to see how many different variations you can make.
Roll and cover games for math are one of the way to help your kids to practice a multitude of math skills. Learn math with this cool dice game!