Discover how to make this Easy Cute Spider handprint That is fun for Halloween Here

Spider Handprint craft for kids

Cute Spider Handprint

Jumping Spiders for Halloween

Discover the cutest spiders in the world Beat your fear of spiders! “Arachnophobia” 

Cute Spider Handprint Creations are so fun to make. Jumping spiders are the cutest creatures in the world. The jumpers are non-tarantulas but they are probably the cutest spider on earth. You can also create other spiders like peacock spiders if you want to be extra creative.

But if you are like me I get a little squeamish around spiders so these creepy crawlers are much more fun to make as a craft. This project is great for kids and adults alike! You’ll make something really fun that you can hang up around your house and enjoy for the rest of the Halloween season.

These cute spiders are easy crafts for kids and are adorable. What a wonderful memory of your little ones’ hands. Halloween decorations are great to bring out every year and this classic handprint art of a jumping spider on your wall will bring you back to when your wee one had tiny hands.

spider craft in frame
Spider craft in frame

Cute Spiders is a fun Halloween craft “family moments”

It’s always nice to spend time with your children and help them enjoy family moments, don’t you think? This page has been specially created for all of those parents who love arts and crafts – like us! This is one of our favourite easy & fun Halloween craft activities for kids. Here are some instructions so even the largest family can get straight to enjoying quality time together without any stress! Get the finger paints out!

Instructions to make this jumping spider

  • White paper
  • Black paint “you can mix dish soap into the paint for easier cleanup”
  • Googly Eyes

Make these jumping spiders at school or have a Halloween craft party.

Spider Craft for Kids

Paint or have your child put their hand and four fingers into the black paint. You do not need to paint your thumb because these jumping spiders only have 8 legs! Press hand down one at a time to make your jumping spider print then continue with the other hand making sure to overlap the palms of the hands. then add some fun-looking googly eyes to your jumping spider! How spooky is that? Jumping spiders!!

How Big are your jumping spiders? What is the body length? You can recreate these little species year after year and compare your sizes as your hands grow the length of the body will as well.

Frame your jumping spiders

image of spider in frame
Image of Spider in Frame

These are the cutest spiders so why not frame them. So simple to do and it is such a fanatic keepsake. You can make a backdrop inside the frame by painting paper and cutting it into strips as shown in the picture. or you could use cotton balls and spread out and glue on a paper and then glue your spider on top of that. These frames are open but if you wish to keep the glass on the top that would work as well as keeping them safe all year until next Halloween. Then you can bring out the cutest spiders year after year.

Are jumping spiders good pets?

Jumping spiders are simple to find and inexpensive to keep for your pets. Once these species know you they want to talk with you. There are no food demands for them either. Give them flies or small crickets every few days and they’ll be pleased. Find more information about what to care for jumping spiders and more Spiders find more watch this video.

The Jumping Spider

Our Eight Legged Friend

Spiders are not insects.

An Insect falls under the class Insecta while spiders fall under the Arachnida class. An insect has six legs, two compound eyes, three body parts (head, thorax, and segmented abdomen), two antennae, and generally four wings

Fun spider facts for kids

Check out our range of fun facts for kids. Learn about a web, Tarantula, spider bites and much more.

  • Spiders are arachnids they are not an insect
  • Other members of the arachnid family include scorpions, mites, ticks and harvestmen.
  • Spiders have 8 legs while insects have 6.
  • Spiders don’t have antennae.
  • Spiders are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica.
  • There are around 40000 different species
  • Most spiders make silk which they use to create spider webs and capture prey.
  • Abandoned webs are called cobwebs.
  • Most spiders are harmless to humans but a few species, such as the black widow, can bite humans and inject venom. Deaths from bites are rare, however.
  • An abnormal fear of spiders is called ‘arachnophobia’.
  • Tarantulas are large and often hairy spiders, the biggest species have been known to kill mice, lizards and birds.
  • Most tarantula species pose no threat to humans.
  • The largest species of tarantula is the Goliath Birdeater.
  • Giant Huntsman spiders have leg-spans of around 30cm (12 in).

Click On the spider to visit more science fun!

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1Here are some of my favourite Halloween crafts perfect for your Halloween Event for school, a party or even just around your own house you can have fun crafting with the kids until it’s time to fill your trick or treat bag around the neighbourhood. Just as spooky as the Cute Spider Handprint.

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