An itsy-bitsy-spider is weaving an artistic and sturdy web of its own! Help your child make a terrifying tarantula pet today! This waste material craft activity requires decorative string to make the legs. You can also use straw, sticks, or some yarn! So get ready for waste material craft tarantula twister!
This activity will:
- Boost your child’s imagination
- Teach him/her about the spider
- Keep your child away from TV/Smartphone
Parental involvement: Low
Duration: 15 minutes
Skills Acquired: Imagination, Coordination, Play
- Bottle cap
- Decorative string
- Paint and paintbrush
- A pair of scissors
Instructions for Waste Material Craft Tarantula:
- Paint the bottle cap black and its rim red.
- Cut 8 red decorative strings of equal length.
- Stick 4 on either side.
- Make two scary eyes and stick them on the cap.
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