Do your kids know about Moshi Monsters and Moshi Moshi Kawaii? I’m recommending them to you for your boys and girls ages 6 – 10.
(If my Internet research is correct, moshi means “good luck charm” and kawaii means “cute” in Japanese.)
Moshi Books and Magazine
We just got the newest line of books, the activity books (Strawberry Princess Moshi’s Activity Book) which have coloring pages, puzzles, stickers, mazes and other fun activities. (Also Strawberry Moshi Activity Book.)
Then there’s the different version of Moshi, the Moshi Monsters, with a Moshi Monsters magazine, based on the popular Moshi Monsters website,. Read a free issue here. (Much to my daughter’s disappointment, we don’t subscribe to the online gaming site so I can’t comment on its value or lack there of.)
Also in the Moshi Monster series is the Moshi Monsters Super Search, a densely packed puzzle book we enjoy – especially in the car.
DIY Moshi Moshi Kawaii Paper Dolls
This weekend we decided to make our own Moshi paper dolls to dress up.
To get the Moshi shape, we used an oval snack container, traced around it on thick card stock, and added ears.
We decorated and cut out the Moshi clothes.
Besides coloring with marker, we also made clothes with Washi tape.
Cute and fun!
Make and Draw Moshi Monsters
Do you have Perler Beads? Make Moshi Monsters with them.
Color or trace these Moshi Monsters.
Are Your Kids Moshi Fans?