Some fascinating person originated this Halloween spider lollipop candy craft, I don't know who, but it is very cute and requires very little items. Trinity and I tried it last week so that we can then show the kids in her class at the Halloween party, but it wasn't as easy as it looks!
We got a disaster last week legs all bent in different directions, the spider didn't stand, the wound up job fell apart. Feeling a bit defeated, I almost wanted to change the craft, but that would be a hassle. So, today, I was determined to break down the process and tackle it until I get a good process to teach a bunch of six-year-olds how to make the Spider Lollipop.
Materials: 4 black chenille stems / pipe cleaners, 1
tootsie lollipop, 2 stick-on googly eyes.
As an option, you can add a pink or red mark at the end of the last spider wound to make a mouth for the spider. I just used one of Trinity's extra piece of Play Doh. How did you do? The trick is to get the spider (chenille pipes) down to the right size.
1) Did you create any Halloween decorations, crafts, food?
2) What do you like or dislike about Halloween?
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