10 Not-So-Frightful Spider Web Crafts & Activities

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Spider web crafts and activities are so much fun for Halloween! It makes a spider not so frightful after all!

I just spotted an adorably spooky spider Halloween costume for kids on our sponsor’s site, Pottery Barn Kids. How cute would Louis be in that?!

How cool would it be to accessorize this costume with a whole Halloween theme of spider webs? We love spider webs crafts and activities around here and have done quite a few of them. The spider costume would just complete it!

10 Not-So-Frightful Spider Web Crafts & Activities

10 Spider Web Crafts & Activities for Kids

  1. Set up a sticky spider web in the hall or doorway and have a game to stick the bugs in the web.
  2. Forget a cake walk and make it a spider walk! – No Time for Flash Cards
  3. Make spider webs from a plate and yarn [great for fine motor, but also a fun craft to take home]. -Teach Preschool
  4. Go on a nature hunt for spider webs and try to collect them. Education.com
  5. Make spider webs with a chalk rubbing. – Pre K Pages
  6. Paint with puffy paint and cut strips to make an abstract spider web.
  7. Use up some leftover cooked spaghetti to make spider webs.
  8. Gorgeous spider webs made from print making. -Tinkerlab
  9. String up a giant spider web through the house and have a great time working your way through it. – Craft Interrupted
  10. Let kids try their hand at hot glue and tracing lines. Make some hot glue spider webs to hang in the windows! – Spoonful
12-halloween-activities-forIf you love Halloween, you’ll want to check out the Halloween activities we’ve done!

Here’s the costume on Pottery Barn Kids! A fun way to complete the spider theme! Plus there’s a spider treat bag [with 20% off plus free shipping].

Spider Halloween Costume for Kids on Pottery Barn Kids

Disclosure: Thanks to Pottery Barn Kids for sponsoring today’s discussion — but my excitement for the Halloween season is all my own!

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  1. Amanda Meyer says

    I love fall, but I am struggling with things to do with little one. We are working on letters and color recognition so I’m excited for ways to incorporate them together. I made a color matching activity with leaves for him last week and he did well with it. Little on is really getting into painting and GLITTER, so the bubble wrap leave collage would thrill him!!!

    P.S. We are going to have a monkey at our house this year for Halloween.

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