Things are getting creepy in Mrs. Ludwig's Speech & Language Room with spooky spiders!
Our door is covered!
I do admit, I HATE spiders (just ask my husband), but these little guys turned out pretty cute. The legs, bodies, and heads were all cut out and ready to glue together...and ready to target lots of different goals!
For the Sound Spiders, the kids said their sounds to earn a leg, and then they used my metallic markers to write words on the legs.
A quick definition lesson identifying the spider's category and attributes was drawn on the board. When I initially asked for the definition of a spider, one of my kiddos said ..."a spider is something that eats you"
And then we learned...
that by animal we meant insect (or the synonym, bug)
that by eats you, we meant bites you and makes webs
Here we have Synonym Spider. The younger kids had to find pre-printed synonym matches, use markers to color matching words the same color, & then paste the pairs on different legs.
This little guy has describing words on his 8 legs.
Spiders can be....small, big, brown, black, creepy, hairy
I pulled these pictures from a TpT product I found here!
Here we have Initial /R/ Spider:
And last but not least Synonyms Spider v2.0 (for the older kids). The kids picked a word (e.g. funny, spooky, scary) and looked up synonyms in the thesaurus. I spy lots of base words and suffixes, too!
We also read a few books about spiders from ReadingAtoZ (a resource I LOVE!) The Spider's Web and Tarantulas. And worked on various language goals with those!
Eek...spider webs everywhere!
That wraps it up for the Spooky Spiders! Thanks for checking in, and hope you're having a wonderful fall!