Activity > Craft > Spider Mini-Windsock Craft
The main skills to practice with the craft are:
Following a set of instructions
Scissor cutting skills.
Recognizing different lines: solid, dashed and dotted lines.
Numbers 1 to 8 > spiders have eight legs. Children can
count and trace the numbers on the template.
Discuss what is a dashed, dotted and solid line and identify these
in the template.
Tell the children they are going to follow five steps to make a fun spider windsock.
Step 1: Cut handle along solid line. A 12-inch piece of ribbon can
also be used to make handle.
Step 2: Cut close to the dashed line around the
large template. Discuss that spiders have eight legs.
point to each number for each leg. Older children can trace or
fill the numbers. Identify the color black on template.
Step 3: Cut along the dotted lines. Stop where
the dotted line ends. Optional: add glitter
glue to the template, wait to dry and continue to step 4.
Step 4: Apply glue to area marked with an upper case
letter S and affix to the underside of lower case letter s. The word spider, starts with letter S. Assist
with this step.
Step 5: Help children attach the handle to the
undersides of the windsock with glue, tape or staples.
Good JOB, the spider windsock is ready!
Activity > Alphabet > Letter
S is for Spider
Review related lesson plan activities in the spider
Mini Windsock Craft
Features are on both sides of the windsock
stick or tape.
Letter S Spider