Are you ready to make a fun Spider craft?
I definitely am!
Spiders are so much for for Halloween or any time of the year when you’re learning about these fun arachnids. These spider crafts for kids are perfect for October, and they’re also not too Halloween specific so you can make them throughout the year.
I found fun art projects, simple crafts, and even fun robot spiders.
So, grab your craft supplies, pick out a project or two, and have some fun creating together with your kids.
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Fun Spider Crafts for Kids
Grab some cardboard tubes to make our adorable Cardboard Tube Spiders.
Turn a paper plate into one of our fun Googly Eye Spider Masks.
Try a STEAM project and make one of these Halloween Robot Spiders from Inspiration Laboratories.
Use natural materials to make these cute Twiggy Spiders from Kitchen Counter Chronicle.
Rock painting is fun, but painting these Playful Rock Spiders from Kids Craft Room is even more fun.
Make some simple and cute Paper Plate Spiders like these from I Heart Crafty Things.
Turn a pine cone into a spider with this cute nature craft from Fireflies and Mud Pies.
String some beads to make this cute Beaded Spider from Hands On As We Grow.
Build some spiders out of LEGO Bricks with these plans from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls.
Dress up like a spider with this simple Spider Headband Craft from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
Or, you can turn your handprints into fun Spider Window Clings like this idea from Hands on As We Grow.
Spider Web Crafts
Do some simple weaving with yarn to make one of our Paper Plate Spider Web Wreaths.
Add a little science to your art when you make this fun Fizzy Spider Web Art from Inspiration Laboratories.
Use watercolor resist to make some pretty spider web art like this at Let’s Lasso the Moon.
Use popsicle sticks to make these simple Spider Webs from Buggy and Buddy.
Which of these fun spider crafts is your favorite?
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