Observe Spider Webs with Spider Bingo

Play a game while you find different types of spider webs.

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Participant Age: 7 to 12, 12 and up, Under 7
Approximate Cost: $0
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
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  • Camera (optional)
  • Spider Bingo Gamecards
Print one Spider Bingo game card per person.

Download our Spider Bingo game card PDF.

The original art for this game card was done by Jack Desrocher.


Play this game early in the morning.
If you wait, the spider webs often get broken. Also, the dew makes it easier to see the spider webs.
Look in shrubs and brush.

Some spiders like wide open spaces such as the area on a porch. Others build their webs over a bush. Funnel spider webs are often found in wet areas, close to the ground.


The first person who finds a row of spider types wins the game.

If you have a camera, document the many types of webs and spiders you see.

If you enjoyed this activity, you might also enjoy our Bug Hike Activity.


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