Spider Facts Coloring Pages

Spiders are a very interesting topic for kids of all ages to learn about, and today we are learning all about them with these spider facts coloring pages.

Our printable pdf includes two coloring pages filled with pictures of spiders and facts about spiders ready to be printed and colored.

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Download & print our spider facts coloring sheets!

Free Printable Spider Facts coloring pages

Not all spiders are scary!

Spiders are fascinating, with their many legs, spider silk, and tiny eyes, it makes sense that kids are intrigued by them. And it makes total sense since they are all so different! There are over 45,000 spider species; some are venomous spiders, some are jumping spiders, there’s black widow spiders, brown recluse spiders, banana spiders, house spiders. Some live in North America, others live in Asia – in fact, there are spiders in almost every continent except for Antarctica.

Let’s celebrate spiders and what they do for our environment with these spider facts coloring pages. Let’s get started!

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This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

10 interesting facts about spiders

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This is the first page of our spider facts printable.
  1. Spiders are not insects, they are arachnids.
  2. Spiders are one of the top 10 most diverse groups of animals on Earth. 
  3. There are over 45,000 known species of spiders.
  4. All spider species produce silk. 
  5. Most spiders have eight eyes, but some, like the brown recluse spider, only have six.
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…and this is the second page in our free spider fact printable PDF.
  1. Female spiders can lay up to 3,000 eggs at one time. 
  2. Jumping spiders can jump up to 50 times their own body length.
  3. Most spiders are solitary, but some build large communal cobwebs and share their prey with each other.
  4. Considering its weight, spider web silk is stronger and tougher than steel.
  5. There are more than 100 species of spiders that look like ants and also mimic their behavior.
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Did you know these facts about spiders?

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