DIY Spider Web Walk
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The Spider Web Walk is a game that involves balance and spelling. It is designed for children with learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. The user uses painter tape to create a spider web patten on the ground. To add another layer to the game the user can put letters on the web to help make spelling fun. This game can be played by children of any age at any skill level.
Materials needed: Painter's tape, card stock or paper, marker, letters (letter magnets or cut out of paper), and scissors.
- Take the tape and place the tape into a spider web pattern shape
- Place letters on each piece on the intersection of the tape
Game Play Modes:
- The child walks on the spider web and ties not to fall off.
- The adult picks a word for the child to spell and writes it down, makes sure the letter needed are on the web. The child then tries to find the letters to form the word that is written down.
- For older children the adult can tell them words to find after making sure that the letters needed are on the web.
- For children who do not know how to spell the adult can place pictures or small toys on the intersections of the web and tell the children which ones to find.