easy spider web pancakes for a spooky breakfast surprise kids will love!
Spiderweb pancakes and other cute Halloween ideas
Halloween recipes for families with spirit
Spider web pancakes! #Halloween #breakfast
Spider web pancakes! #pancakes #Halloween
spider web pancakes (from oopsey daisy)
Spider pancake recipe & tutorial
spider web pancakes #halloween
On Tuesday you got to see the Spider Web Craft that the Happy Buddy and I glitter-ized for our Happy Home! Couldn’t resist sharing a few more creepy crawly ideas with you… 🙂 First of all, what Happy Buddy wouldn’t want to wake up to a plate of these Spider Pancakes from Oopsey Daisy? Or …
FTB 1: Halloween game: Spider Web Walking. Stay on the web/tape and collect the plastic spiders. Helps kids to develop better balance!
Spider Web Walking - painters tape...(this example uses plastic spiders & paper ghosts). I think it would be cuter to use the spiders at intersections where you can't walk...and then you try and save different items from the spiders.
Spider Web Walking - works on balance, problem solving, and is a fun, non-spooky Halloween game!
Halloween game: Spider Web Walking. Stay on the web/tape and collect the plastic spiders.
Tactile Spider Craft - fun with finger paint. Use glue gun to make spider web - paper frame and pom pom spider (could use wiggle eyes)
a fun tactile craft to go with the story The Very Busy Spider Use glue gun to make web, they finger paint over!!
Tactile Spider Web: draw the web with a hot glue gun and then drop fingerpaint on top for the kids to spread. To go with "The very busy spider" by Eric Carle
glue gun on fingerpaint paper then fingerprain over for texture, The Very Busy Spider
spider the very busy spider-- fingerpaint over dried glue (glue gun used in pic)
Tactile Spider Craft to go with "A Very Busy Spider" by Eric Carle
create a spider web using a glue gun on finger painting paper
eric carle busy spider craft to make with Busy Spider
I recently came across stART (Story + Art = A Great stART) on A Mommy's Adventures. As a former elementary school teacher I love it. My son and I check out books from the library all the time, and they are always related to what he is interested in or what is happening in our lives. So, I love being able to take the story and use it to come up with an art activity for Lil'man to do. This week one of our library books was The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle. This story is about a spider who is busy spinning her web. Lots of farm animals try to get her to do something with them, but she is just too busy. My son really loved the different farm animals, but he also loved the fact that he could feel the web the spider was spinning. For our art project we recreated the spiders web. Now there was some prep work on my part, but it was well worth it. To prep for this you will need blue finger paint, a black crayon and... Create a spider web using the glue gun on the finger painting paper. Set aside to cool and dry. While you wait have your child color the brown construction paper with a black crayon. It adds texture to your fence posts. (I cut mine first and it was harder for him to color it.) Then bring the spider web over and add a glob of blue finger paint. Let you child spread the blue paint around, while feeling the bumpy spider web. While they are doing this, cut 4 strips from the brown construction paper for the fence posts. Once the painting drys, have your child glue on the fence post and pom poms for the spiders head and body. Using the permnant marker, add two eyes and 8 legs. (Now the perfectionist mother that I am, I cut off all the extra paper that didn't have any blue covering it and straightened his fence post. I know shame on me.) Have fun. If you like what you have seen here, then go check out what others have done at A Mommy's Adventure. Have fun.
spider MATH = 8 legs, 8 eyes, 2 body parts (glue head and thorax "snowman-style"), and OMIT FANGS at pre-k level. LET children WRITE or STAMP numbers onto Fact Sheet on front or BACK of project paper. EXTENSIONS for early finishers: poka dots, stripes, eyelashes, toe nail polish, etc.