I'm sure you already own this book but if not this classic is a must have in your little ones collection. This book was one of my favorites growing up and I wanted to share it with my little man. Not only is it a great read but it was super fun to put activities with. Your little monster will have all kinds of fun letting their creative side shine! "Let the wild rumpus start!"
What you will need:
- Popsicle Sticks
- PB&J Sandwiches
- Construction Paper
Activity #1...Where The Wild Things Are Masks
This activity is seriously so easy and fun. These masks will get your little monster's creative juices rolling. With so many options you can get the whole family involved in the fun! My little man didn't quite understand what to do with his mask but he thought mom and dad were hilarious! These masks work for all ages.
Activity #2...Monster Feet
What could be better to go along with the monster masks then monster feet? These little monster tootsies will be a hit with your babe!
Activity #3...Where The Wild Things Are Coloring Page
Need an easy activity to keep your little one busy while you do the dishes or fold laundry? Coloring pages to go along with the book will be easy and buy you a little time to get things done!
Activity #4...Sandwich Monster Hands/Feet
Around our house PB&J is always a hit. These sandwich monster hands/feet to go along with the book were so cute and a fun twist on boring old lunch. You could also do sandwich crowns.
These crowns will make your little prince/princess feel like they are on top of the world. We attached the books character printable to add a little flare. You can take this opportunity to talk about what they would do if they were king of all the wild things!