Make Spider Web Art!
Do you have an extra curious third grader? Collecting spider webs is a fun way to preserve some of nature's greatest works of art explore some fascinating creatures. This craft provides a way to study these amazing architects' work. Did you know that a spider uses its own body as a measuring tool when making its web? Spiders often build a new web each day.
This activity will take you and your child through the steps of collecting and preserving webs, but make sure there are no spiders present and if there are, be sure to gently nudge them away. But don't touch or harm the spiders! They are hard workers and are essential components of our ecosystem.
What You Need:
- Non-toxic white enamel spray paint
- Newspaper (to protect plants)
- A sheet of multi-colored construction paper for each web