I’ll be the first to admit that spiders in real life are not my favorite, but spider crafts? They can be oh so cute!
Spider crafts and activities aren’t just for Halloween either. They are a great way to extend the learning when studying bugs, nursery rhymes like the Itsy Bitsy Spider, the letter S or the color black.
Spider Crafts and Activities
Paper plate spiders. If you are looking for spidery fun then this simple spider craft is the place to start!
Spider busy bag. This cute quiet time activity helps kids work on fine motor skills and counting.
Sticky spider web. Get the kids up and moving with this sticky spider web. Such a fun activity for any time of year!
Spider donuts. These sweet spider themed snack is the perfect way to make kids smile.
Spider headband craft. What better way to learn about spiders than to be a spider yourself. Make this spider headband with kids and encourage learning and pretend play!
Spider slime. Get those little fingers working and developing fine motor skills with spider slime! It has only 3 ingredients and isn’t as messy as you think.
Spider web art. Water color resist art is almost like magic for kids and this spider web art is no different.
Spider lawn decor. This fun DIY is more cute than creepy so its the perfect decoration to welcome trick or treaters on Halloween!
Bouncing spider craft. This simple spider craft is easy to make and fun to bounce around.
Spider web maze. Work on visual motor planning, hand eye coordination and more with this fun life size spider web maze.
Want even more fun? Try these fun pumpkin crafts and activities for kids!