Whether you’re looking for spiders activities for Halloween, or your child adores spiders, you’ve come to the right place! This post has a heap of spider activities to keep your kids busy.
Be sure to scroll down to the bottom, as we have spider crafts, spider treats and free spider printables, too.
If you’re into the rock craze, this spider rock craft will fit nicely with your collection.
Use recycled toilet rolls to make a cool and creepy spider. This one looks quite real.
This is so popular. Kids everywhere will love wearing this spider band on their head; it’s so simple to make.
You can bring spider activities into everything your child does – even taking a shower! This spider soap is creepy but incredibly cool.
Want a spider activity that will keep your kids occupied for a long time? This spider play dough invitation to play will thrill your kids.
Want a cute spider craft? These spider pom poms are adorable!
Who knew conker spiders could be so cute?
Your child will love making a spider using their own hand prints!
This game is a exciting way to practice hand-eye coordination, work on motor skills, and just have fun when you don’t know how else to pass the time.
Can you imagine your child’s face when you’re going to be making a 3D spider with them that day? I know, they’re going to be thrilled. It’s pretty cool!
This is an interactive craft. Once you’ve made it, kids will love wiggling the spider around on its web.
Spider Web Crafts
This is one of the most popular spider web crafts I’ve seen. It’s so easy to make – all you need is a few sticks and some string!
Does your child love weaving with nature? This is the perfect spider activity for them. Weave your very own spider web.
If you’re looking for a spider game that’s a little more active and physical, make them this spider web obstacle course. This is brilliant for Halloween. Kids can’t come to the door and get their treats until they’ve climbed through the web!
Another lovely weaving activity, this web craft uses wool to weave a pretty spider web for display in your child’s bedroom.
This will encourage gross motor skills galore. See if your child can follow the web that you’ve placed on the ground.
More fine motor fun. Make a spider web with strips of paper.
Time to enjoy some spider play with this free spider mask. Kids will love chasing the fly with the free fly mask provided below.
Paired perfectly with the spider mask above, pretend to be the spider’s prey. Of course you need the spider mask to make this even more fun!
If you’d like to add some education opportunities to your spider play, use these sun spider counting mats. The mats are so inviting for kids.
Your kids will love learning how to draw a spider. What a fun afternoon activity to bring out after a busy day!
These spider bookmarks are too cute. Encourage reading in a creepy-crawly and creative way.
This is such a great dessert for Halloween, a party, or any normal day. The kids will love cracking through the chocolate web to get to the ice cream below.
This are wonderfully spooky cupcakes. They’ll be devoured in seconds!
Your kids will love making these Oreo truffle spiders. They look incredible!
Yum, who knew you could make mini donuts look like spiders? These look delicious.
How about a tasty macaron spider?
Other Spider Fun
If your child is still curious after all of those spider crafts and treats, I’d suggest you learn the facts about spiders too. They really are misunderstood creatures.
This is a great skill to have if your ever find a spider in your house and want to get it out. Your kids will love catching and releasing the spider it once they know how to do it safely.
I hope your child adores these wonderful spider activities as much as we did finding them for you all. I know I’ll be using this as a go-to guide for Halloween every year!