What You'll Need:
- Pictures of one monster foot, or green construction paper to cut your own.
Make photo copies of the monster foot on letter sized heavy paper. Alternatively, cut large monster foot shapes from green construction paper, and color the toenails with a black marker. You'll need a monster foot for each guest, and they need to be large enough for a child to stand on with both feet. Scatter the monster feet randomly on the floor of the main party area. Leave space in between each so that no two overlap.
At the Party:
Tell your guests that when the music starts playing, they should start stomping like the monster Godzilla. When the music stops, they must each find a monster foot on which to stand.
To begin the game, start playing the music. Stop the music after a few moments, and wait while each of your guests finds a monster foot. In the first round, there should be one monster foot per player. Start the music again, and then pick up one monster foot while the children are moving around the room. When you stop the music the second time, all but one child will have a monster foot to stand on; this child must leave the city (i.e. sit out until the end of the game).
Continue playing, removing a monster foot after each round, until only two children are left in the game. The last child to stand on a monster foot with both feet is the winner.