Spider Web Counting Free Printable Mats

These spider web counting mats make learning the numbers 0-10 hands-on and engaging. Your kids will get a kick out of learning to count with spiders!

These spider web counting mats are so much fun and great way to teach counting this fall! Add them to your math centers or just use them with your kids at home.

Lately, I have been teaching my 3-year-old how to count things. One of our favorite ways to practice this skill is with counting mats.

My kids really enjoyed these fall tree counting mats and then it occurred to me that it would be a lot of fun to make a spider web version.

The best part is that you only need a bag of spider rings to use these. And you can pick those up in nearly every store in October. I got a package of 50 of them at the dollar store.

Check out this super popular spider web fine motor activity!

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Print the spider web counting mats out on cardstock. If you are going to use these in a classroom, you will probably want to laminate them for durability. Or you could slide them into dry-erase pockets like I did.

Spider counting mats are perfect for the month of October! This math activity is sure to be a hit!

If the rings on the back of the spider bother you, you can cut them off very easily. Then the spiders will lay flat. I actually ended up cutting them off a bunch so I could do another activity with them. So stay tuned for that!

Using the Spider Web Counting Mats

A spider counting activity that preschoolers will really enjoy!

It is really quite self-explanatory. Children will look at the number on the mat or the dots on the ten-frame and add that many spiders to the web. My kids also like to place spiders on the dots in the ten-frame as well.

A fun spider math activity for preschool and kindergarten.

Teach your kids to count with this hands-on spider math activity.

These would be the perfect addition to fall learning activities at home or in a math center at preschool. I decided to add the dots to the ten-frame so that they would be a bit self-correcting. They can match the spiders to the dots and then put the same amount on the web.

These will be a staple on our math shelf this month! I hope your kids enjoy them too!

Here are some more spider posts I think you will enjoy!

Spider Web Fine Motor Activity

Weaving a Spider Web Alphabet Activity

Spider Web Cutting Activity with Straws

Spiders Sensory Table from Preschool Inspirations

The Very Busy Spider Cutting Activity from Munchkins and Moms

Cover a Letter Spider Web Game from Stir the Wonder

Sparkling Spider Web Craft from Cutting Tiny Bites

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These spider web counting mats are so much fun and a great way to work on counting skills this fall!