This game is a cross between the scarecrow felt board game I saw at Let's Explore and the various "Roll a _______" games I have seen around the web (there's a good list of sources at The Activity Mom). To prepare it, I cut out 3 monster faces and various parts out of felt (I made 3 so there will be enough when I play this with my two older sons). I am not very artistic, but the wonderful thing about making monsters is it doesn't matter! Silly and weird is good in this case. :) Then, I made a key that shows what each number represents. 1=face, 2=eyes, 3=nose, etc. I grabbed a large die that I bought at the Dollar Tree, and we were ready to play!
I played with just K first. We took turns rolling the die, and then choosing whatever part that corresponded to the number we rolled. Just rolling the die was fun for K!
Here is K building his monster (yes, he had chosen to be Spiderman that day).
Our finished monsters. I played later with my oldest (while the others napped), and he enjoyed it, too. He also spent a while playing it on his own. I am thinking of lots of possibilities for the future: build a turkey, build a Christmas tree, build a snowman, etc. I may even make some smaller versions for a long car trip we have coming up!