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Miss Spider's Tea Party
In David Kirk's storybook, Miss Spider's Tea Party, a lonely spider wishes to have a tea party with some insects. But the insects are all afraid that she will eat them. Then one day she helps a moth whose wings become too damp to fly. They snack on tea and pie until the moth can once again fly away. He quickly tells his insect friends how Miss Spider helped him, and they all join her for a lovely tea party!
Mrs. Carey's class reenacted Miss Spider's tea party by they themselves becoming spiders and insects! They practiced having nice table manners as they served each other tea! How lovely indeed!