Title: HAIRY SPIDERS Summary: Children make spiders for Halloween.
Kid Talents: Arts-n-crafts,Celebrate Us!
Kid Skills:
Physical: small motor,hand-eye coordination Social:
Emotional: Cognitive: imagination,addition and subtraction,size of objects,spacial concepts,relationships of objects,creative expression
Objectives: Encourage creative expression, counting, Materials: For each spider: 2 cardboard ovals white school glue black paint construction paper (for legs and eyes) black polyester fiber fill (found at most fabric stores) yarn for hanging
Submitter: Barbara from Michigan Date created: 2000-10-20 23:03:57
Modifier: Date modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Instructions: Take oval shaped pieces of cardboard (any size you wish) and let the kids paint them black. I have also used 2 round pieces of black construction paper -glued to look like the body of an arachnid. Let them glue on 8 construction paper legs onto the body. Count "How many legs does a spider have?" Use the black fiber-fill and glue the "hair" onto the back of the spider. Add eyes and hang them with yarn through the middle of the body so they hang straight from the ceiling with long legs hanging down.
Alternatives: Can do any sort of insect and many other animals as well. Can be connected to a fieldtrip or books on spiders.
Comments: Pretty cute and easy enough even for our younger kids to do.


9.11. 2001
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