For the month of September over at Instagram #diythought had the play/ craft challenge prompt of SPIDERS! Today we are showing you some of our favs that are sure to inspire you to get creative with spider crafts and activities with this spider craft round-up.
The aim of these monthly challenges is to inspire and motivate others to get creative, set up craft, activities and fun projects all relating to a monthly theme. Along the way we have created our own activities relating to the theme (all linked at the bottom of this round-up). We would like to give a big thank-you to everyone who took part over September and are looking foward to seeing all of the MONSTER crafts over October. Remember to use #diythought if you would like to play along.
Spider Craft Round-up
These 7 spider crafts are all so much fun! There is a great range of spider crafts for kids of all ages here. From Spider webs to counting rice activities you are sure to find something to be inspired by here. Be sure to head over to Instagram by clicking the, view more on Instagram link under each image to check out all of the other amazing crafts by all of the featured people today.
1. Pom Pom & Pipe Cleaner Spider
We love all of the eyes on this fun spider craft from M.basteln. This is a simple craft to make which would be perfect for your Halloween decor.
2. Yarn & Bead Spider
Another fun spider craft from M.basteln. This time featuring a yarn spider whos legs have been decorated with beads.
3. Counting Spiders Activity
Such a fun sensory counting activity involving spiders. This is a great activity that kids are sure to love by Toddler Time Activities.
4. Moving Spiders
This is one super fun activity! So much fun that Miss 6 spent a good hour recreating it after I showed her the video from Toddler Time Activities. The idea is simple, draw a spider using a dry erase marker onto a plate or bowl, add water and watch it magically move about.
5. Painting Spiders
Inspired by the book The Very Busy Spider. This is a fun painting activity by Story Book Art For Kids. There is no wrong way to paint these lovely spiders making it a great craft for kids of all ages.
6. Pom Pom Spider and Web
Such a cute couple of spiders with their very own web! You can find out more about this craft over at Making Life Blissful.
7. Popsicle Stick Spider Web
Another great craft inspired by the book The Very Busy Spider. This time a fun spider web made from popsicle sticks and yarn. This looks like lots of fun!
More Spider Crafts
We love spider crafts. So much so that we have created quite a few of our own. Spiders are fantastic as they are typically simple to make and can incorporate many different fun art and craft ideas.
Be sure to play along this October by tagging #diythought in all of your monster themed crafts and play activities! We can’t wait to see all of the fun creations!