One day last week, we decided to build a spider web in the living room. Little Guy had a blast with this one!
He decided to put on his Spiderman costume.
There was some great motor planning needed to go through this web!
Motor planning is the ability to think of, organize, and carry out actions needed for a task.
Kids with motor planning problems appear clumsy, disorganized, or inattentive. They may have problems with clothing management, shoe tying, handwriting, or any fine/gross motor task.
Big Sister had to make one too, with pink yarn of course.
Even teddy bears can pretend to be Halloween spiders.