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Spiders!

Kindergarten Smiles: September 2011 My spider is ____ writing. <---I hope some of the kids felt their spiders were something other than scary!

Bat Unit structured language activity.  I love this idea.  I did it in my 1st grade classroom yesterday and the kids loved it!!  THANKS!!

One pinner said-- Bat Unit structured language activity. I love this idea. I did it in my grade classroom yesterday and the kids loved it!

haloween craft idea for schools, preschool, kindergarten

saturday silliness

goes with Where's My Mummy book for writing activity

Where's my mummy? This is a neat idea for teaching about Egypt. Students could create their own mummy and write about them! Awesome to hang in the hallway!

Shark Craft (Summer 2012 Preschool Craft Program) Go with shark and nugget :)

"paper plate shark craft - perfect for a 4 year old learning about this ocean at school" .or college students who like sharks.

Spider Web Rubbing for Preschool

Preschool Fine Motor Skills Spider Web Activity

Spider Web Rubbing Activity - Fine Motor Skills + FUN for Preschool and Kindergarten, Fun friday?

Interesting spider webs.  Here is how it was done.  First they drew the spider web using white oil pastels on white paper and then  painted  the whole page with  blue water color. The wash made the web highly visible.  Next, they traced/cut circles for the spider’s head and body.   For the final touch, they used a cardboard edge dipped in black paint for the legs.

drew web with white oil pastel on white paper. painted over it with a water color wash.

Walkin' in a Winter Wonderland

Walkin' in a Winter Wonderland

Catching Snowflakes - Love this for a winter art project and story-starter Thinking of my first grade teachers! Humes Moring S Humphries McElyea

THE NUMBER SPIDER!!   I had each student choose a number 2-10, and we wrote it on the spiders tummy.  Then we folded a black sheet of construction paper 3 times to make some legs and cut them out.  Then one by one, we wrote 8 different ways to make the number we chose to write on the tummy.

MOORE Fun In Kindergarten: Spider Math (Could also do less then greater than equations)

Students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will absolutely eat up a thematic study of spiders! Check out this fantastic post for cross-curricular activities for teaching about spiders to elementary students - the perfect way to tie in reading, math, science, and art!

ICYMI: Pumpkins, Bats, and Spider Activities

Students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will absolutely eat up a thematic study of spiders! Check out this fantastic post for cross-curricular activities for teaching about spiders to elementary students - the perfect way to tie in reading

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