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We drew the spiders rather than hand prints and for very small ones we cut slits in the edges instead of holes.

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8 Genius DIY Halloween Crafts

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This bug slime was a lot of fun to play with - a great sensory experience and wonderful for learning names of insects.

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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.

Squish Preschool Ideas: April-Insects-Butterfly

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Pre-school Play: June 2011

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Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring

Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring - Fun Handprint Art

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Snakes, Worms & Bugs

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…

Snakes, Worms & Bugs! - Stimulating Learning

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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.

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