Sparkly Spiderwebs


Sparkly Spiderwebs- EASY Halloween craft for kids. Glittery, spooky spiderwebs will delight your preschooler.

It's time for Halloween crafts!  This one is full of sparkly goodness, and is also great for building little hand muscles.  It's a classic preschool craft that is sure to please your little ones. 

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Supplies needed for sparkly glitter halloween spiderweb kids craft

Using a white colored pencil or crayon, draw a spiderweb on a black sheet of construction paper.  Start with a dot in the center, and make several lines radiating out towards the edges of your paper.  Then, starting in the center, work in a spiral making drapey lines between each of your radiating lines.

squeezing glue onto spiderweb craft

Next, give your child a bottle of white school glue and have them trace the lines.  Once you've added some glue, sprinkle the glitter on, then shake the excess off.

squeezing glue onto sparkly spiderweb glitter halloween craft

We worked in sections, so that the glue wouldn't have time to dry before we got to the glitter.

shaking glitter onto sparkly spiderweb halloween craft

Let it all dry and then you're done.  Easy as pie, and perfect for Halloween!

finished product sparkly spiderweb halloween craft

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What Can We Do With Paper And Glue: Sparkly Spiderwebs
Sparkly Spiderwebs
EASY Halloween craft for kids. Glittery, spooky spiderwebs will delight your preschooler, kindergartner, or elementary child.
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue
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