The children could then demonstrate this with two colors of unifix cubes.Spider “Attitude” Graph Graph how you feel about spiders. Oh, he’s just a dumb old lummock, this old spider on my stomach . Eency-Weency Spider Materials: Glue green strip of grass to bottom edge of 9×12 blue construction paper.
We learned a lot of new vocabulary words during this unit. To check their understanding of the word I gave them a colored spider and they drew a picture in their Science Journals to illustrate the word.
In Math we made a Spider glyph and analyzed and graphed our data.
Spiders feel the frantic tugs, Of their favorite food: it’s bugs! You could print the words to the nursery rhyme out and glue them on the house.
From a spider’s spinnerets Sticky spider silky jets. Now have them sing the Eency Weency Spider song and move their spider up and down the spout.
Make a happy face for those who like spiders and a sad face for those who don’t like spiders or are afraid of them.
Attach the faces to a graph titled, “How Do You Feel About Spiders?
Spider Booklets This booklet is in the shape of a spider web. If they can read it, they can put out the ‘s’ piece of their puzzle.
(tickle back) The New Itsy-Bitsy Spider Collaborative Class Book Make a page with each child’s photo on it and the poem below (insert child’s name on each page.) Have students use a black marker to draw a spider on their head. The Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly Print individual student books to retell the story. – This is a factual cut and paste booklet about spiders. Write the letters s-p-i-d-e-r at the bottom of a picture of a spider web. Show each person in the group a flash card in turn.
We have another science experiment and a few more activities that we are doing tomorrow. A lot of the activities and patterns for this unit are featured in my Spiders unit which is on Teachers pay Teachers.
The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle Miss Spider’s Tea Party The Little Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly Be Nice to Spiders by Margaret Graham The Itsy Bitsy Spider by Iza Trapani Charlotte’s Web by E. White Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti by Gerald Mc Dermott Spider, Spider by Kate Banks Spiders by Gail Gibbons How Spider Saved Halloween by Robert Kraus Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock by Eric Kimmel Itsy-Bitsy Spider The itsy bitsy spider Went up the waterspout. Spider Legs Game Give each child a spider body and eight legs.