How to Make a Simple Paper Spider in its Web: More DIY Halloween Decorations! First, take a square piece of paper and fold it in half. I usually just start cutting out the spider freehand, but if you prefer, draw the spider on the paper first, like this: Then cut out everything surrounding the spider’s body and legs, leaving a border around the edge. Open it up and there you have it: A creepy paper spider to hang up for Halloween. Tip: If you want the spider to be a black widow, cut a diamond shape out of the abdomen and tape a piece of red paper behind it.
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Number Pattern Detectives One of the most important math skills for younger grades is recognizing and working with number patterns. It’s a concept intertwined with skip counting, repeated addition, and a precursor to multiplication. Here’s a series worksheets that require pattern blocks (rhombus, triangle, parallelogram, hexagon, square, etc.) to fill in a chart according to a number pattern. The 2nd grade class I did this with recently loved it! Students would work independently or in pairs as detectives to solve tasks and move up “detective levels.” When the student finished all the tasks, they became a “master detective” and were to then go help other detectives move up levels.
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Expanded notation and Place Value of 4 digit numbers using thousands, hundreds,, tens and ones.Extra remedial Math worksheet, free and printable in English for math students and tutors round the world. Practice and increase your mathematical thinking and Expanded notation and Place Value of 4 digit numbers using thousands, hundreds,, tens and ones.Extra remedial Math worksheet, free and printable in English for math students and tutors round the world. Practice and increase your mathematical thinking and problem solving skills. Click on the worksheet below for download and printing!! Click on the worksheet above for download and printing!! You may also like these related worksheets: We make our math worksheets for classroom and math tutoring purposes. The David Lubin Art Studio: 1st grade Inspired by the geometric, electric, abstract paintings of artist Sonia Delaunay. This project works with shapes, color, geometry and lots of lines. Good project to help students become more comfortable using a ruler and understanding line direction.
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