This cute octagon monster is a perfect shape craft and a great Halloween craft for preschoolers. Use our printable template to make this fun paper craft even easier to put together. Our daughter loved hair on this octagon monster and his circle hands! Simply cut out the pieces and help your child assemble them into this great Halloween craft!

What you'll need:

How to make your Octagon Shape Monster Craft:
  1. Print our template and cut out the pieces. Trace the pieces onto construction paper - use different colors to make your monster more fun!
  2. Assemble the monster with glue according to the picture.
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