Pill Bug Nomenclature Cards are formatted for 3-part card use, and include a black-line master. The 11 parts of a pill bug: cephalothorax (head), compound eyes, antennae, flagellum, pereon (thorax), pereopods (limbs), pleon (abdomen), pleotelson, uropods, exopods, endopods. The parts above that are in brackets are included with a separate card (can be used for younger children who may require easier vocabulary).
Learn how to use Montessori nomenclature.
Cards with label are approx. 4¾" x 7". Print twice for 3-part cards.This file is in PDF format
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Ant Nomenclature Cards are formatted for 3-part card use, and include a black-line master. The 18 parts of an ant:...
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