Don't you just love when it starts to get chilly? Colorful leaves, hot cocoa, windy days, rainy nights, mushroom picking, warm sweaters, bonfires, cozy scarves, long walks, pumpkin picking, apple pies, hay rides, crisp air, harvest, October & Halloween!
The cartoon-like spider on this robe represents the spiderdemon Tsuchigumo, who attacked the warrior Minamoto Yorimitsu (948–1021). The butterfly and falling autumn leaves trapped in the web allude to a nineteenth-century Kabuki adaptation of the tale, in which Yorimitsu falls ill and is attended by a woman whose name means butterfly. As the beauty dances, the spiderdemon visits, disguised as a priest. Revealing himself as a demon, Tsuchigumo attempts to trap Yorimitsu in his web but is…
An autumn leaf trapped by a spider's web in the woods near my house!
Shake up some addition with Halloween Movers and Shakers. How many bugs will get trapped in the web? Part-part-whole addition/ number bonds. Recording sheets are included.More "Movers and Shakers" than shown here. Get the templates and instructions at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Margo-Gentile