We've left some parts of the picture of a spider and web on the left! Children need to look at the picture on the right and fill in the missing bits…
Here's our collection of fun spider printables of all sorts to enjoy with the kids!
We have given you the body of the spider as a start but children need to draw on all eight legs and the face.
Here's a challenging complete the picture puzzle. Complete the picture of the spider by copying the parts that are missing from the picture on the right - he has lots of legs to copy so it'll require concentration!
We hope that this printable scrapbook paper covered in spider webs will be useful at Halloween! It's easy on the printer ink, so you can print out lots of copies. How about printing it on the back of Halloween flashcards or game cards?
These two little insect friends want to meet up, but first they have to find a route through this very tricky maze. Can you help them?
Our learn to draw a spider activity will make a fun project for Halloween, minibeasts or perhaps if you are reading one of the many children's stories to feature spiders.
Print out this Halloween maze featuring some tangled spider webs and see if you can work out which web the spider is hanging from!
Who could resist this lovely spider sudoku puzzle? Instead of numbers, try to fit the letters from the word S-P-I-D-E-R into the grid.
Have a go at an acrostic poem using the first letters from the word SPIDER, and write it down on this lovely acrostic paper! You can use the printable as a writing frame, too.
Our spider acrostic poem printable is a fun creative writing activity for Halloween or a minibeast project. There are 4 versions to choose from in one downloadable pdf.
This spider and web story paper is ideal for younger children at Halloween - they can enjoy colouring in the picture once they've done a little creative writing. Choose from two versions below: lined or handwriting lines.
Well, I'm not going to pretend that cutting out these spider bookmarks is going to be easy – but I think they are worth it! You might want to laminate them to protect the spiders' legs and then poke them out of the top of a book for a spidery surprise.
Four cheeky spiders have woven a web for the children to practise their scissor skills on! Perfect for Halloween, an insect theme, or any time at all...
Our spider finger tracing worksheet is perfect for younger children, who can colour in the picture and then "finger trace" the letters below.
This Halloween playdough mat provides two nice spider webs, which just need spiders! Give the kids some playdough and see what sort of spiders they can create...
This spider poster is useful for a minibeast, Halloween or even a nursery rhyme themed classroom display. The big smile means no-one needs to be scared of this spider!
Younger kids will love this cute spider poster! Perfect for learning the Incy Wincy Spider rhyme, or for Halloween...
Look away if you don't like spiders! Here's a photographic poster showing the sort of spider that I often find in my bathroom!
Write a spooky Halloween story, practice handwriting skills by copying out the nursery rhyme Incy Wincy Spider, write a story about life as a spider or pull together a factual piece of research. I'm sure there are many other ways you can think of to use out spider story paper.
Use our spider story paper to tell a spooky story or write some facts about these eight-legged creatures! We have lined and handwriting lined versions available for different ages and abilities.
Draw the other 4 legs to complete the spider on this spider symmetry worksheet. Try to make your drawing a mirror image of the printed spider half.
Here's a spooky Spider template, perfect for Halloween projects! Print it out in multiple sizes using the pdf file below.
This spider template is just slightly different from our first, but once again it is a fairly simple shape to cut out and comes in a variety of sizes. It's perfect for Halloween projects: just a few of these strung up in the corners would spook most of us!
Trace the front legs and body to finish off our spider tracing page, fun for Halloween or a minibeast project.
This spider web tracing page is quite a challenge - especiay if you tracing over all the dotted lines rather than in between them! When the kids have traced the web, why not suggest that they draw a spider onto it?
A trip to the library or an internet search will help children do the research they need to complete this spider fact finding worksheet.
Spider webs are both fascinating and beautiful, and incredibly begin with just a single thread! Use this poster for a spider topic or for spooky Halloween displays.
Our spider web poster makes a great Halloween poster - maybe the kids could draw their own spider on the web, or use spider stickers?