There are so many ways you can use plastic spiders to create awesome learning activities. From crafts and books to fine motor skills and counting, your kids will love these learning activities.
This spider bracelet craft is simple to make and super fun to wear.
These free, printable spider web counting cards from Miss Maes Days using plastic spiders are awesome!
Paint with spiders using different colors just like they did at Fantastic Fun and Learning.
PreKinders shows us how to use yarn to wrap and unwrap spiders. This activity is fantastic for fine motor skill development.
The Preschool Experiment has this invitation to scoop spiders using slotted spoons, rice, and plastic spiders.
Have spider races like they did at Still Playing School using straws and plastic spiders. So fun!
Teaching Mama showed us how to turn a container and spiders into a busy bag for fine motor skills.
Make a sticky spider web using painters tape like they did at Hands on as We Grow, then toss spiders toward your web.
Happy Toddler Playtime has this great fine motor activity of rescuing the plastic spiders from oobleck (you could use anything) with tweezers. I love the idea of the challenge of rescuing the spiders.
Pre-K Pages shows us how to use spiders to make patterns.
Use a laundry basket, string, and plastic spiders to make this fine motor challenge for your little ones like they did at Fun Learning for Kids.
Make spider parachutes using a coffee filter, string, and a plastic spider. Experiment with your spider parachute by dropping it down from a high place.
Spider addition using this free printable from Glued to My Crafts.
I love this DIY book from Teacher by the Beach. It uses a plastic spider as a prop to manipulate as you read through the book. Brilliant!
Fun Games 4 Learning has a creative idea of using plastic spiders in a game of tic tac toe.
Which learning activity will you try first?