A Very Busy Spider

Books are great for kicking off nearly any instructional activity. Youngsters listen to the story, A Very Busy Spider. When the story is finished, they discuss what, how, and why a spider does what she does. To finish up, the class makes spider webs using paper plates and yarn. This is a good instructional activity for developing fine motor skills and a scientific interest in our eight-legged friends.

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Science
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategies
Inquiry-Based Learning
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Language
English

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