Here is a super fun spider activity your younger kids will enjoy! Spider roll and dot numbers! Plus, reuse the finished sheet for fine motor fun!
Spiders, creepy or cute? That is the debate, right? This spider in this activity is definitely cute! And check out this spider and this one the kids can make themselves!
Onto the activity- Simply print out the (free) sheet, grab the dot markers and a die, ready to go!
Roll the die, find those numbers and dot them! So easy, but so fun! Kids learn to recognize the number of dots on the die and then correlate it to the numeral on the page. So it looks like a simple activity but a lot of thought process is going on here.
Hand-eye coordination and fine motor control are also developed here through dotting the numbers in the circles.
Now pair the finished page with pompoms(or any other small manipulative) and tongs/tweezers for a bonus fine motor activity! Do the activity again(roll and find the number) but this time, place the pompoms on the numbers.
A super fun spider numbers activity that keeps the young ones learning in a fun way, not just once, but multiple times! Grab your free printable on our freebies page, instructions below!
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