This make will help improve your child's hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as they draw, cut, paint and stick a range of materials to create the gargoyle. They can experiment with different colours, shapes and textures along the way. It's a complicated task so you'll need to be on hand to provide support and encouragement.
How to extend the magic
Explain that gargoyles are creatures carved from stone and are often found on the front of old buildings, such as churches. Gargoyles are often pulling strange faces (which make them look a bit spooky). Have some fun pretending to be gargoyles and pull some strange faces of your own. They can funny, silly or scary faces!