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Home Crafts August 2011 Spider Webs - Aug 8, 2011 - Quick and Easy Daily Crafts for Kids
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Written by Jenny Wanderscheid   

Spider Webs


Materials:
1 sheet of black construction paper per child, labeled
white paint
cup for paint
marbles
spiders
Directions: Place black construction paper in a box top. Dip marble into white paint. Place the marble in the box top and have child move the box top around to form the "web". Have the child glue a spider onto the web.

 

 

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Spider Webs - Aug 8, 2011 - Quick and Easy Daily Crafts for Kids
Monday, 08 August 2011
Spider Webs Materials: 1 sheet of black construction paper per child, labeled white paint cup for paint marbles spiders Directions: Place...

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