We drew the spiders rather than hand prints and for very small ones we cut slits in the edges instead of holes.
This bug slime was a lot of fun to play with - a great sensory experience and wonderful for learning names of insects.
Very hungry caterpillar craft. When the caterpillar turns into a butterfly--use your child's hand prints to make beautiful wings! They'll love the feel of the paint on their hands.
Eric Carle inspired butterflies (printing) Hungry Caterpillar
Tissue Paper Butterflies
Shampoo and cornflour mixed together with a little water makes lovely stretchy slime! EYFS
Free Printable: Spring Fingerprint Counting Activity
Numbered Legless Spiders Adding legs to match the numbers. A couple of bright children had the opportunity to talk about how many legs the spider would need to make it up to 8…
I love this idea. Young students will determine how many dots are on the ladybug. Then, they open the wings to see the correct answer! Gorgeous and Effective.