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Check out our collection of 46 Spider coloring pages that are free to download and print!

To get started, simply click on the coloring sheet thumbnail you want to color below and then download the image to your computer. You can then print it to color as many times as you like!

All of our coloring pages are formatted as PNG files, and will fit on standard US Letter size or A4 paper sizes.

Some favorites that you may want to check out are A Spider On A Web At A City, A Spider On A Web At A Cave or A Spider On A Web At A Beach! Scroll down to see them all.

Happy coloring!

Yellow Sac Spider

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Yellow Sac Spider

Spiny Orb Weaver Spider

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Spiny Orb Weaver Spider

Wolf Spider

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Wolf Spider

Trapdoor Spider

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Trapdoor Spider

Jumping Spider

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Jumping Spider

Tarantula

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Tarantula

Hobo Spider

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Hobo Spider

Mouse Spider

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Mouse Spider

Orb Weaver Spider

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Orb Weaver Spider

Huntsman Spider

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Huntsman Spider

Funnel Web Spider

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Funnel Web Spider

Golden Silk Orb Weaver Spider

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Golden Silk Orb Weaver Spider

Goliath Birdeater Spider

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Goliath Birdeater Spider

Garden Spider

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Garden Spider

Camel Spider

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Camel Spider

Daddy Long Legs Spider

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Daddy Long Legs Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider

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Brazilian Wandering Spider

Black Widow Spider

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Black Widow Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

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Brown Recluse Spider

Banana Spider

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Banana Spider

A Spider With A Tired Face

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A Spider With A Tired Face

A Spider With A Sad Face

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A Spider With A Sad Face

A Spider With A Confused Face

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A Spider With A Confused Face

A Spider With A Grumpy Face

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A Spider With A Grumpy Face

A Spider With A Bored Face

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A Spider With A Bored Face

A Spider On A Web At A Waterfall

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A Spider On A Web At A Waterfall

A Spider With A Angry Face

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A Spider With A Angry Face

A Spider On A Web At A School

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A Spider On A Web At A School

A Spider On A Web At A Zoo

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A Spider On A Web At A Zoo

A Spider On A Web At A Park

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A Spider On A Web At A Park

A Spider On A Web At A Supermarket

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A Spider On A Web At A Supermarket

A Spider On A Web At A Mountain

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A Spider On A Web At A Mountain

A Spider On A Web At A River

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A Spider On A Web At A River

A Spider On A Web At A Library

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A Spider On A Web At A Library

A Spider On A Web At A Volcano

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A Spider On A Web At A Volcano

A Spider On A Web At A Museum

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A Spider On A Web At A Museum

A Spider On A Web At A Forest

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A Spider On A Web At A Forest

A Spider On A Web At A Castle

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A Spider On A Web At A Castle

A Spider On A Web At A Garden

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A Spider On A Web At A Garden

A Spider On A Web At A Jungle

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A Spider On A Web At A Jungle

A Spider On A Web At A Lake

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A Spider On A Web At A Lake

A Spider On A Web At A Farm

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A Spider On A Web At A Farm

A Spider On A Web At A Desert

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A Spider On A Web At A Desert

A Spider On A Web At A City

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A Spider On A Web At A City

A Spider On A Web At A Cave

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A Spider On A Web At A Cave

A Spider On A Web At A Beach

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A Spider On A Web At A Beach

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20 Craft Ideas to do with Spider Coloring Pages

Spider coloring pages are a great way to get kids interested in arts and crafts. Not only are they fun to color, but they can also be used as the basis for a variety of creative projects. Here are 20 craft ideas to do with spider coloring pages:

1. Spider Mobile

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and attach them to a metal ring to create a spooky mobile. Hang it above a bed or in a playroom for a fun decoration.

2. Spider Bookmark

Cut out a spider from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardstock. Add a tassel or a piece of yarn to the bottom to create a unique bookmark.

3. Spider Suncatcher

Trace a spider shape onto contact paper and have kids fill it in with tissue paper squares. Once dry, cover it with another piece of contact paper to create a colorful suncatcher.

4. Spider Puppet

Cut out a spider from a coloring page and glue it to a craft stick. Add some wiggly eyes and pipe cleaner legs to create a fun puppet for kids to play with.

5. Spider Wind Chime

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and attach them to a piece of driftwood or a coat hanger. Add some beads or bells to create a fun wind chime.

6. Spider Garland

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and string them together with yarn or ribbon to create a spooky garland.

7. Spider Magnets

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to small magnets. Use them to decorate the refrigerator or any other metal surface.

8. Spider Collage

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and have kids arrange them on a piece of construction paper. Add other craft supplies like glitter, sequins, or pom poms to create a fun collage.

9. Spider Mask

Cut out a spider shape from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardboard. Add some string or elastic to create a spider mask for kids to wear.

10. Spider Notecards

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to the front of notecards. Use them to send spooky messages to friends and family.

11. Spider Wreath

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to a foam wreath form. Add some ribbon or twine to hang it on a door or wall.

12. Spider Mobile

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and attach them to a piece of wire or a pipe cleaner to create a spooky mobile. Hang it above a desk or in a playroom.

13. Spider Placemat

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to a piece of clear contact paper. Cover it with another piece of contact paper to create a fun and functional placemat.

14. Spider Centerpiece

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and attach them to a vase or a jar. Add some flowers or branches to create a spooky centerpiece for a party or dinner.

15. Spider Frame

Cut out a spider shape from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardstock. Add a photo or a piece of artwork to create a fun frame.

16. Spider Coasters

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to the bottom of coasters. Use them to protect surfaces from spills and stains.

17. Spider Pencil Holder

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to a tin can or a plastic cup. Use it to hold pencils, markers, or other art supplies.

18. Spider Book Cover

Cut out a spider shape from a coloring page and glue it to the front of a book. Use it to decorate a favorite story or a school assignment.

19. Spider Button

Cut out a spider shape from a coloring page and glue it to a button form. Use it to decorate a jacket, a bag, or a pair of pants.

20. Spider Calendar

Cut out several spiders from coloring pages and glue them to a piece of cardstock. Use it to create a fun and spooky calendar for the month of October.

These are just a few ideas to get you started. With a little creativity, you can turn spider coloring pages into a wide variety of fun and festive crafts. Happy crafting!