Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Eek! A Spider!

I'm dropping in to share my favorite spider books and *free* activities today.

This time of year, students become increasingly more excited about trick-or-treat.  Visions of candy and costumes seem to preoccupy their thoughts.

Here a few books and activities that are sure to capture your students' attention.


These nonfiction selections offer brightly colored photographs.  They provide interesting facts and are written in kid friendly language.



My students have worn out my copies of Diary of a Spider...and who doesn't love Charlotte's Web?  I still cry every time I read that book.  :(


Education to the Core - Mini-Book and Writing

The Applicious Teacher - Spider Word Sort

Amy Lemons - Spider Craft and Poem
Deborah Perrot - Spider Day Pack
Amanda Bryant - Word Search

These are a few of my favorite Spider freebies.
Need more seasonal ideas?  Click {here} for a few more *batty* suggestions.

Coming Soon...

The Rungs of Reading and Comprehension Connection are hosting a Super Sleuths Blog Hop Friday, October 25 through Sunday, October 27th.

You can hop from blog to blog and pick up literacy tips, strategies, and materials.

You'll also have the opportunity to collect clues along the way to crack a mysterious code and earn the chance to win some super prizes.

See you at The Hop!

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