A 3-page tip sheet of all sorts of activities and games you can use these cards for is included.
11 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K.1d, L.1.1a
This spider-alphabet matching game, is inexpensive to make, as they sell clip-on clothespins at The Dollar Store.
You can make just a copy for yourself and use it to review the basic 2D flat shapes with your students, or run off copies of the shapes and have students cut and glue them into a booklet of their own. To make mine sturdier, I used a trimmed file folder. Students cut the different "web window" shapes out, so that their pom pom spider, that's on the last page, pops though.
Reinforce the 2D flat shapes as well as shape words with this fun game. Students take turns spinning. Whatever shape they land on, they color or bingo dot the matching shaped spider on their web. A set of shapely spiders and their shape words are included in this packet.
Review shapes with this fun Spider Shape game. Run off the shape tiles on a variety of colors of construction paper. Students place a tile to the matching shape spider. This makes a nice independent math center. I've included a blank set of spiders for you to program with whatever.
Your students will enjoy making "Inky" the spider slider. Use him as a review, or whole-group assess by calling out a shape and having students hold up Inky when they slide to it. Colors can also be reinforced, as well as spatial directions: Put your spider slider in your right hand; put Inky above your head, under your arm etc.
Here's a list of my favorite October books. Hopefully this will assist you in compiling a collection of your own. Most of my books I acquired at garage sales, as well as Scholastic book sales. A book is still my favorite gift to give and receive.
Here are 5 more fall-themed shape matching games. Print, laminate and trim. Students place the colored shape tile on to the matching shape on the leaf, spider, bat, owl, or turkey card. I've included a blank template for each theme, so you can program with more shapes or whatever.
Here are 5 more fall-themed, matching number to number word games. Print, laminate and trim. Students clip a clothespin to the number that matches the number word on the card. These are great for Daily 5 word work activities. I've included a blank set of cards for each theme, so that you can program them with higher numbers or whatever else you'd like your kiddo's to practice.