Do you need to create a simple math center to help your students practice numbers to 10? Our Free Clip Counting Spiders are easy to prepare, perfect for October and your little learners will love them! They’re not only an easy and interactive way for children to practice counting and identifying numbers, but they will also work on developing their fine motor skills too.
They will be a great addition to your math centers.
This resource works well with these Primary Playground products
This game/center is super quick and easy to make. All you need is to download and print the Free Printable Clip Counting Spiders from the bottom of this post, cut them out, and add in some clothespins and you’re all set! You don’t need to laminate these sets, but they will last much longer if you do.
How to Play
Each spider has a number on it. The student picks up a spider and looks at the number. Encourage them to say the number aloud. Then they clip the correct number of clothespins onto the spider creating legs. Repeat until all the spiders have clothespins on them.
You can store the spider in a bag or container with the clothespins, so the game is always ready to go or be safely put away for next year.
These Free Printable Clip Counting Spiders are a fun and hands-on way to practice counting and identifying numbers. This simple, low-prep activity is perfect to use as a math warm-up at the beginning of class, during small guided math groups, or to put out at a math station. They can easily be printed and sent home for students to practice counting with their families too.
You can download the Free Printable Clip Counting Spiders by clicking the green box below.
If you’re looking for another fun way for your little learners to practice their numbers and counting, you may like our spider counting mats. These are numbers 1-20. We use little plastic spiders and the kids just love it! You can find the counting mats here on TPT.
Let us know if you have any other fun ways that you’ll be using these Free Printable Clip Counting Spiders.
See you next time!