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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Paper Spiders in Preschool

Our Paper Spider project was a two-day project.   The first day the Little People counted out and glued on the legs.  The second day we let them loose with the glue sticks, paper eyes, and black markers.  In the end we got lots of fun spiders:

I love the eyebrows on this spider.  Perhaps he's concerned because he appears to have a small retinal hemorrhage. 
It's funny.  Now that I look at this picture, I notice that both of these spiders have the same look one of their eyes.  Coincidence?  Contagious spider malady?  Who can say?
Spider crew
Bloodshot-eyes spider (left) and Octopus spider (right)
Legs-On-Top-Of-Head Spider and Multiple-Eyeball Spider
Happy smiley spider.
Here's the worried spider again.  Now that I think about it, he's most likely worried because he knows he has nine legs and is afraid that Mrs. Locke is likely to come and snatch one off...
Last but not least, Spider-in-the-Headlights and Dilated-Eye Spider
 Yep, you've got to love the paper spiders.

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