How do you teach counting skills? I love using new and fun puzzles to make new counting activities. I made these spider counting puzzles the other day and my students LOVE them. They work great for preschool and kinder kiddos! They are low prep and wonderful to keep at a center for kids to keep busy with.
What you’ll need to prepare these:
- printables with the cards (below).
You can place these in a plastic sleeve for storage and pull them out to be used in small groups. Otherwise, if you’re using them at home, you can also store them in a folder for your child to be re-using them whenever he / she wants.
Ready to download these cards?
This weeks Virtual Book Club story is The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle. Check out the other spider themed activities:
Printable Spider Web Letter Match Activity – Artsy Momma
Spider Writing Tray – Adventures of Adam
Alphabet spider sticky wall – Toddler Approved
Spider Web Fingerprint Counting (FREE PRINTABLE)
Hands-on Spider Counting Activity— School Time Snippets
Spider Web Sensory Bin + Counting Activity – My Storytime Corner
Spider Sensory Bin – Sugar, Spice & Glitter
A Very Busy Climbing Spider: DIY Toy and STEM Activity
Spider Types Matching Cards – Kori at Home
Feed the Spider Color Catapulting – Preschool Powol Packets
How to Make a Rainbow Spider Web – Powerful Mothering
Weave Through a Spider Web – Mama Smiles
Creepy-Crawley Pattern Block Mats and 12 Spider Books for Kids
Spider Web Sensory Bottle Activity – The Educators’ Spin On It