Extend classification work to include the external anatomy of an invertebrate children are likely to have experienced first-hand. After children have seen real spiders, worked with 3-part photo cards, and learned all of the part names. Then, introduce this booklet.
It combines definitions with photos isolating each part of the funnel spider in its natural color while the rest of the animal recedes into the background in muted shades of gray. The 18-page spiral-bound, laminated booklet lies flat. Rounded corners prevent damage. Printed on recycled paper.
Parts include: whole spider, cephalothorax, eyes, jaws, pedipalps, legs, abdomen, and spinnerets.
Please note: 5-mil laminate extends just to the edge of each booklet, not beyond.