S is for Spider Printable

Looking for spider themed preschool printables? This engaging S is for spider printable is perfect for ages 3-6.

These free preschool printables can be used in a variety of ways to practice counting and handwriting while improving fine motor skills.

Kids will love the adorable spider graphics that adorn these pages.

These spider activities for preschoolers include thirteen pages of spider-themed activities geared toward kids ages 3-6.

Spider Printable

These worksheets allow early childhood students to explore numbers, letters, and fine motor skills.

Add these spider-themed worksheets to your spider and/or Halloween activities for preschoolers.

Completing these free spider worksheets is a great way to practice important skills with your preschoolers.

S is for Spider Activities

There are so many fun things to teach children about spiders. Here are a few engaging ideas that will help you teach your kids about spiders.

Spider Movies for Kids

I love to incorporate movies and videos into our unit studies whenever possible. They’re perfect for sick days or rainy days. Here are a few ideas for kids:

Spider Books for Kids

In addition to movies, I love to include a wide variety of books in my lessons. I use some for read-alouds and save others for independent reading (when appropriate).

Below, I’m sharing a few of my favorite books about spiders. I find they’re perfect for introducing spiders, increasing vocabulary, and illustrating important information.

Spider Activities

Young learners love hands-on activities, and they help little ones engage with the topic at hand.

When teaching your kids about spiders, you can add one or more of these activities to your to-do list:

• Recycle an old bottle cap to make this fun spider craft for preschoolers. It’s perfect for Halloween and for your bug activities. 

• Fall is the best time of year to study spiders. This spider life cycle for kids bundle features 19 hands-on activities for preschoolers!

• These toilet paper roll spiders are adorable with their fuzzy pipe cleaner legs.

What’s in this pack?

Color and Trace

This is a great page to have your kids work on as you read aloud a story about spiders. They can color the picture and trace the sentence at the bottom of the page.

Tracing Practice

Students will trace a path to help the spider find its web.

Counting to Ten

Preschoolers will count the spiders in the web and circle the correct number.

Color Words

Little ones will read the color word under each spider and color it accordingly. If your little one isn’t reading color words yet, you can color the word and let your child match that color.


Preschoolers will strengthen logic reasoning skills as they trace a path through the spider.

Handwriting Practice

Preschoolers will trace letters, words, and sentences to practice letter formation.

Dab It

Students will use a dot marker to build the letter S and then color a spider.

More Handwriting Practice

Preschoolers will trace the alphabet – both uppercase and lowercase – and numbers 1-20.

Letter Hunt

Students will search for and color each letter S and s in the alphabet grid.

Prewriting Practice

Little ones will strengthen motor skills as they trace the lines from left to write.


If you’re kids actually enjoy spiders, they will love these realistic plastic spiders from Valefor! There are five spiders included in the pack. 

Add some fun to your dress up box when you include a spider mask. It’s perfect for Halloween or any day. Kids will love wearing it as they act out their favorite spider stories. 

As you begin gearing up for your Halloween celebrations, let your kids help you make this awesome Spider Cake! It’s so cute!

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Fall is the best time of year to study spiders. This spider life cycle for kids bundle features 19 hands-on activities for preschoolers! Add one or more of these Itsy Bitsy Spider crafts for preschoolers to your upcoming nursery rhyme activities! They're also great for your spider unit study. 

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