Pill Bug Nomenclature Cards are formatted for 3-part card use, and include a blackline 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). The individual parts are highlighted in red.
Learn how to use Montessori nomenclature.
Cards with labels are approx. 4¾" x 7". Print twice for 3-part cards.This file is in PDF format
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