An itsy bitsy play about spiders by Teach Preschool
The itsy bitsy play about spiders in prek
Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool
Investigating the parts of a spider through fine motor play
Not so spooky spiders by Teach Preschool
Not so spooky spiders | Teach Preschool
DIY eyeballs for our play dough spiders
Hand Strength « Miss Mancy's Blog
2 Teaching Mommies: Tactile Spider Craft
ANT TABLECLOTH CLIPS: Solve a classic picnic dilemma, a blowing tablecloth, with these ant buddies. Paint clothespins black. Thread a 4-inch-long black chenille stems through two holes of a large black button. Glue googly eyes just below the antennae. Next, cut three 3-inch pieces of black stems for each ant. Thread all three through the spring hole in each clothespin and adjust to form the legs. Glue the face and two more black buttons to the top of each clothespin.
Rockabye Butterfly: Spiders!
Pretzel spider webs - pretzel sticks - white chocolate/bark candy coating - chocolate (baker’s, candy coating, or chips would probably all work) - raisins - baggie or pastry bag - wax paper Directions: Lay out your pretzels on the wax paper in “starburst” arrangements of 6 or 8 pretzels (it’s a good idea to put it on a cookie sheet for transport stability).
trash bag spider webs
Cheap trash bag Halloween decorating | How About Orange
Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make
Counting Spiders: Emergent Reader Freebie
spider legs math game
Little Family Fun: Spider Game - Counting Legs