This packet provides a nice assortment of non-fiction spider activities and includes writing prompts, a mini-report, worksheets, a graph, plus a “flip the flap” craftivity.
I’ve included several pages of non-creepy spider facts.
Choose which ones are the most appropriate for your age group, then share them with your students.
Afterwards test their comprehension by asking them to complete a few fill-in-the-blank statements, or make up some “true or false” questions to answer orally, by simply referring to these fact pages.
Students use this information to complete a variety of worksheets. Make a selection, or give them a choice.
I’ve included black and white templates for students, as well as full color patterns, so that you can do some of these activities as a whole group, especially with younger children.
Many of the completed worksheets make a nice spider-themed bulletin board.
I’ve included a “We’re Caught In The Web Of Learning” poster for the center of your display.
Add some 3D pop by pulling apart a bag of spider webs and putting a few strands in each corner.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy learning about spiders as much as mine do.