Free step by step crafts tutorial on how to make a DIY spider craft with popsicle sticks for toddlers and preschoolers. This spider can be used as a prop while reading a story “The Very Busy Spider” to kids. This is a wonderful very busy spider themed craft for kids. And if you are looking for some halloween or summer craft ideas then this can be one for you.
Materials required to make DIY Spider with Popsicle Sticks for toddlers
- Popsicle Sticks (need only 4)
- Chart Paper (Black and White)
Step by Step tutorial on how to make DIY Spider with Popsicle Sticks
Here is a step by step instructions (with pictures) tutorial on how you can make spider with popsicle sticks
Step 1 – For this craft you need 4 popsicle sticks. Colour them with black colour from both sides after you finished doing this keep them aside and let them dry.
Step 2 – From black chart paper cut a circle (this will be the face of the spider) and for eyes you can cut small black and white circle or can use googly eyes.
Step 3 – Paste the eyes on the face of the spider.
Step 4 – Paste the popsicle sticks in “X” shape. These will be legs of the spider. Keep them aside and let them dry.
Step 5 – Now paste the face of the spider at center point of popsicle sticks.
Your scary spider is ready. Play with it and have fun with it. If you want to hang it on wall, paste a ribbon loop at back and hang it on wall.
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