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Counting spiders is not always fun in real life but when it involves a printable, I’m here for it!
This math spider game is perfect for this little learners who are ready to learn to count.
This Free spider printable works on numbers 1-20.
The best part about this number spider free printable is that if your LO is working on numbers 1-5, that is okay!
Work your way up from 1-5, 1-10 to 1-20.
I’ve also included a couple of other fun tweaks to make this printable spider activity work for a differentiated set of ages!
Let’s get into it, shall we?
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Print out and download (FREE Printable Spider Sheets at the bottom of this post)
3 Ring Binder (completely optional)
Sheet Protectors (completely optional)
Laminator and Laminating Sheets (and yes, also, completely optional)
How to set up the Printable Spiders Freebie
I love inserting these printable sheets into one of our current busy books.
This allows us to be take the busy book out and about and practice tracing or numbers while waiting at a restaurant or while on a lengthy train ride.
It’s the best!
But, if you are planning on using these spider free sheets at home, in a school setting or for homeschooling a fun way to use these is to create a spider book!
I’ll cut out each of the sheets my LO is using (For example, numbers 1-10 only) and I’ll staple them together on the corner of the sheets to create a sort of book.
We like to call it, “My number book printable”.
This counting book for toddlers and preschoolers is perfect for learning to count from 1-5, 1-10 or 1-20.
Kindergarteners can even use these to practice tracing out numbers 1-20.
Easy peasy, right?
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Other fun ways to use the Printable Spiders Freebie
Another fun way I like to use this counting spiders booklet is to collect pom poms or those spider rings.
Set them out on a table or within a sensory bin and bring out a spider card.
Whatever number the card says, bring out that amount of pom poms or spider rings for visually seeing that amount on a table.
Easy enough, right?
Take it up a notch and bring out 2 cards for learning a bit more about addition and subtraction for kindergarteners.
In whatever way you choose to use these Free printables for preschoolers for learning whether within a sensory bin, a simple art and craft or in a pretend play setup, I am sure it will be fun and engaging.
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