Get ready to play this hilarious Frankenstein game that the Adams family themselves would be proud of! The best part is that anyone small or big can play this fun game! Find out what it’s like to be Frankenstein through the eyes of the monster.
The Best Frankenstein Game
Can you imagine saying, “I am Frankenstein?” With Halloween quickly approaching this year, we came up with a fun way to do just that with this frankenstein game idea.
We talked about this idea with our neighbor the other day while he was decorating the outside of his house to look like a castle.
The only thing I haven’t seen him put out yet was his carved pumpkins. But, I am sure those are to come!
However, when I saw his monster collection… it reminded me that we hadn’t shared one of our latest hilarious Frankenstein games with you yet.
It is like turning Frankenstein crafts into a giant game piece for Halloween. It is easy peasy!
Green Poster Board (Check Amazon’s price here!)
White Construction paper
How to Make the Frankenstein Craft
In just a few easy steps, you can make a hilarious Frankenstein game that will be the highlight of your party!
- First, cut two arm holes out of the green poster board. This is where the kids will slip their arms through for the game.
- Second, you will need to make the pieces for the face. We made the eyes, nose, unibrow, and Frankenstein’s scars too! Then, as well as the hair, body, etc., can be drawn on him.
- After that, you will need to place double stick tape on the back of each piece. Therefore on the back of the eyes, mouth, etc. We used the same tape for each child playing, but you may have to switch it out from time to time.
- After that, you are ready to play the game.
Directions on how to play the Frankenstein game.
Easy Halloween Game
First, start the timer and put 30 seconds or one minute on the clock for younger kids.
Next, the kids will need to have the frankestein face pieces placed in front of them with the tape on the back. Therefore, the pieces will need to be upside facedown.
The player will then close their eyes and pick up each piece one by one and place it where they think it would go on Frankenstein’s face.
The player to get the Frankenstein face the closest to the best will win a halloween prize.
Tip: Don’t forget to have each player walk with their arms out and pretend to walk like Frankenstein. It’s great for pictures, and the kids will love sounding like a monster.