Spider Web Painting

It’s been a while since we’ve done a process art activity. Since Halloween is a great time to get the plastic spiders out (the last time we used them was for this very popular Spider Web cutting Tray Activity), we decided it would be fun to use them again in a long-overdue art project! This…

Spring Sensory Bin

{For your convenience, this post may contain affiliate links} It has been a while since we’ve done a sensory bin (the last was a Mini Spring Sensory Bins). With Spring here I thought it was time to make a new one. The great thing about sensory bins is they are SO easy to put together.…

“The Very Busy Spider” Cutting Activity

{For your convenience, this post may contain affiliate links} Scissors can be a scary thing to introduce to toddlers. Will they cut themselves? Will they cut their hair (or someone else’s hair?!?) Do they really need to learn to use scissors yet? Of course there’s always a risk of cutting things other than the items…

Insect and Spider Sensory Bins

{For your convenience, this post may contain affiliate links} In preschool, the bugs and spiders unit is typically done in the Spring… but I’m impatient and didn’t want to wait that long to get this unit started in our own preschool co-op! I already shared our Spiderweb Web Craft and am ready to share another activity…

Toddler and Preschool Spider Craft

{For your convenience, this post may contain affiliate links} The theme for our home preschool co-op this week is “Spiders and Insects”. Yes, this is not typically a theme for November, but I’ve really been looking forward to this, so we are doing bugs in November.  I honestly don’t think the kids care what time…

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