Fright on the Fridge This skeleton makes no bones about chillin' on your fridge. Download our free pattern and print onto white paper. Cut out the pieces and glue them onto thick black cardstock; cut out, leaving a small border of black cardstock around the pieces. Add self-adhesive magnet strips to the back of each piece and arrange on the refrigerator.
Paper Plate Spider Web threading: This activity works on praxis through generating ideas of how to complete threading of the web and how to imitate a spider web as much as possible. moreover, this activity requires planing and sequencing in order to end with spider web like finish.
How to Make a Simple Paper Spider in its Web - it would be cool to save the cut away parts and do the negative version also. I love this!!! I think I'll find a book to go with this, just so we can do it in our reading class!!!!