Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Gathering Time:
Put body parts of spider together (cardstock or felt) 8 legs, most have 8 eyes
Sing, “Itsy Bitsy Spider” with visuals
Read "The Very Busy Spider" by Eric Carle.  If you don't own this book this lady has a cute flannel board version you could show your child.
Little Miss Muffet Nursery Rhyme
Focus Activities:

See below for paper plate web.
Paper Plate Web- punch/poke holes in a paper plate randomly and pull yarn through for a spider web look. We colored ours black.  You could also use black paper instead of a paper plate.
Make spider snack- Ritz Crackers, raisins, pretzels, peanut butter
Other Possibilities:
Spider matching game


vanessa @ silly eagle books said...

Thanks for sharing the pics! I love the spider hat and spider snack, too! We'll have to do that one afternoon. :)

katlupe said...

What a good way to get your children doing something constructive. I loved making things like that when I was a child (A VERY long time ago) but didn't know if people still did that stuff anymore with their children.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

The spider hat is so cute. The spider on the web looks great too.

Please stop by and link this post to Read.Explore.Learn.

KJ said...

eeewwww Spiders!! LOL Really cute stuff! I'm stopping by from the Homeschool Creations link up.

Jackie H. said...

Thanks for sharing all of your links. That's a great timesaver!