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Spiders


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This quick, easy & fun doorknob dangler was inspired by Eric Carle's "The Very Busy Spider".

3 pages.

After reading Eric Carle's The Very Busy Spider, have each student fill out the student page.  Collect and collate into a class book. To add extra pizzazz, print off 2 copies of your class's school photo, and cut your students' heads into ovals.  Glue a set to the webs on the cover (You can leave them as kids or turn them into spiders with a black marker) and include a photo of yourself in the top web.  Have students glue their photo to the spider on their page.

5 pages.

Make these sparkling webs after you read The Very Busy Spider. I mixed Elmer's glue with white paint. A black construction paper circle is placed in a metal cake pan.  A dollop of the paint-glue is put in the middle and a marble is placed on top.  Students manuever the pan to "spin" a web.  When they are happy with the results, they sprinkle opalescent or silver glitter on their creation.  I've included a colored web with the poem on it.

12 pages.

This packet covers lots of Common Core State Standards in simple, quick, and fun ways. 

3 pages.

Before reading The Very Busy Spider, grab your students' attention with this awesome spider cutting "craftivity" and review symmetry at the same time.

5 pages.

Cover LOTS of Common Core State Standards with these grammar cards.  Put them in a pocket chart or on your whiteboard and read the sentences together as a whole group.  For added fun make a spider pointer with the spider pattern, glue it to a Popsicle stick and use it to point to the words as you read them. 

12 pages.

This packet is filled with all sorts of interesting writing activities with a spider theme.

5 pages.

Here's a list of my all-time favorite spider books.  Do you have one that's not on the list?  I'd love to hear from you. diane@teachwithme.com

4 pages.

Spin a Web is a fun way for your students to practice math skills.  Children choose a partner and take turns rolling a dice.  Whatever number they roll, they color in that many sections of their spider web

10 pages.

Reinforce upper and lowercase letters with these sweet spider-themed activities.

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