Fun Counting Game for Kids
As my son’s Kindergarten class’s homeroom parent, I had to come up with a couple of fun activities for his class’s Fall Festival Party. While browsing on Pinterest, I came across a fun counting game for kids that I adapted for his class.
Monster Action and Counting Cubes
Adapted from: Monster Dice Learning and Fun Party Game
Please visit this link for the original set of instructions!
Step One: Find Boxes
I found these adorable nesting boxes at the dollar store. Bonus: they were already decorated as mummies! You can use any kind of boxes.
Step Two: Stick on Eyes
On each side of the block, stick on (or glue on) googly eyes, starting with one eye on one side and going all the way up to six. I prefer the stick on kind as it takes a lot less time! If you prefer not to use eyes like this, you can also use sticker dots or a bingo marker to make dots.
Step Three: Action Words
Write an action on each side of the box. For my box, I used:
- black cat scratch
- Frankenstein’s monster stomp
- mummy walk
- ghost wiggle
- bat wing flap
- skeleton skip