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Incy Wincy Spider

Incy Wincy Spider went up the water spout.

Down came the rain and washed the spider out.

Up came the sun and dried up all the rain.

So Incy Wincy Spider went up the spout again.


Incy Wincy Spider Web

Incy Wincy Spider Window

Incy Wincy Spider Sliding Picture

Incy Wincy Spider Picture to colour

Fun Facts, Links and even more Activities

Incy Wincy Spider       

Print out this web template then get your child to
thread their own web to stick Incy Wincy too.

Download button for colour PDF template

Incy Wincy Spider       

Make a window and play peek a boo
or watch raindrops drip down it.

Download button for colour PDF template

Incy Wincy Spider       
Sliding Picture

Sun or rain Incy Wincy pops up or down. This
moving picture can be made to accompany the
nursery rhyme.

Download button for colour PDF template

Incy Wincy Spider       
Picture to Colour

Colour in Incy Wincy. You can put in
rain with muddy puddles or some happy sunshine.

Download button for black and white PDF template
Spider Web Activity for Incy Wincy Spider Nursery Rhyme
Rainwater Window Activity for Incy Wincy Spider Nursery Rhyme
Sliding Picture Activity for Incy Wincy Spider Nursery Rhyme
Picture for Incy Wincy Spider Nursery Rhyme

Fun Facts, Links and even more Activities!

  • Catch the Fly

    A quick game that can be played indoors or out is this spider web game. It is an activity for one or more children over the age of five and as the game involves a lot of string it can only be played under strict adult supervision. An adult first needs to spend a few minute setting up the game. Each child needs a piece of string that is over 3 metres in length. At the end of each piece of string a label then needs to be tied. You can print off the labels below or just quickly draw out some labels on a piece of paper. One of the labels has a drawing of a fly on it the rest are blank. You then need to place several bits of furniture (or branches if outside) like a table and chairs near to each other and weave the different strings around the furniture into a big jumble so that it is like a spider web. Then when the game is set up each child choses the end of one of the pieces of string and they all have to try and untangle the mess to find out which child's string has caught the fly. It sounds like it is easy to pick out the right string but when it is all together in a 3d mess it is a lot harder than you think.

    If you want to print out the labels    CLICK HERE.

    Incy Wincy Web Game
  • Money Spider Game

    An even easier game to play is the Money Spider Game. Finding small money spiders are considered good luck. So print out or draw a small spider on a piece of paper and hide it round the house or in the garden for your child to find. When they have found it you can let them know they have found a piece of luck. Hopefully this incentive will stop any fear of spiders developing.
  • Here are some facts about spiders. Did you know that
  • Spiders are not insects they are arachnics as they have eight legs.
  • There are about 35,000 different kinds of spider who can spin out strong silken strands. Normally they make webs with these streands but they also make nets to catch their pray.
  • The Golden Silk Orb-Weaver Spider creates golden webs.
  • Spider silks for their size are incredible strong. Although it is as strong as steel, some of it is also stretchy with some spider silks being able to stretch to five times their original length.
  • The toughest spider silk is from the Darwin's Bark Spider which is 10 x tougher than Kevlar.
  • In comparison to other road vehicles, school buses have a very good safety record.
  • Incy Wincy Spider is also known in many countries as Itsy Bitsy Spider. The oldest version of it that is known comes from a 1910 book called "Camp and Camino in Lower California" but even then it was described as the 'classic' "Spider Song" and the words were slightly different.

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