This was a little project that I made up in my head in which the end product turned out great, but the process was more difficult than anticipated.
So........I'm always trying to think of projects for the littles to do that incorporate cutting skills. I had some black paper plates on hand and came up with the idea of having them snip the rim of the plate, then wind yarn across it to form a "web". I planned this project for a day that I had a sub, so I was not personally involved in doing the project with the littles. Mrs. DeNier and Miss Moritz informed me that they were quite surprised at how much difficulty the littles had in figuring out how to wrap the yarn. To structure it, we had cut a long piece of yarn and taped one end on the back. Apparently, even with a lot of prompting and guidance, this proved to be very difficult. However, it was reported that the littles were still happy and enjoyed doing the project. And since the webs look awesome in our hallway, I'm calling it a success!! They also loved picking out spider rings to hang on their webs. (Except for one little who supposedly screamed bloody murder when she saw the spider. There is no spider on her web for that very reason. ha!)