2. Sew a Web: Punch holes around the edge of a paper plate. Using gray yarn, tie yarn at one of the holes. Child makes a web by going in and out of holes to create a web. Add a plastic spider to the web.
3. Spider Web Rubbing: In preparation, teacher makes a spider web on a piece of posterboard using Elmer's glue or a thick paint, so that when the glue/paint dry, you can "feel" the web on the paper. Using a clip board, child places a clean piece of paper over the posterboard and makes a spider web rubbing.
4. "S" is for Spider. Give each child a black, pre-cut, construction paper "S" and have them glue it to a piece of manilla or colored construction paper. Also give children 8, 1/2 inch paper strips which they should accordion fold. Also give each child 2 wiggle eyes. They add eyes and legs to their S's to make spiders. (This activity can also be used in your Alphabet Unit.)
5. Spider 8's: Give child a large, black, precut construction paper 8 and 8 precut legs, and again 2 wiggle eyes. They add eyes and legs to the 8's. I would glue the 8 to a colored sheet of construction paper. ( This activity can also be used in your Number Unit.)
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