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Ordinal Numbers
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Ordinal Numbers

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  • 1. The Spiders are Marching… Ordinal Number Fun!
  • 2. Click on the spider that is first to get to his web.
  • 3. Spider Fact 1: Spiders belong to the Arachnid family
  • 4. Click on the spider that is sixth in line to get to his web.
  • 5. Spider Fact 2: Spiders have eight legs.
  • 6. Click on the spider that is tenth in line to get to his web.
  • 7. Spider Fact 3: Spiders are oviparous, which means their babies come from eggs.
  • 8. Click on the spider that is third in line to get to his web.
  • 9. Spider Fact 4: Most spiders have either six or eight eyes.
  • 10. Click on the eighth spider in line to get to his web.
  • 11. Spider Fact 5: Not all spiders spin webs.
  • 12. Click on the spider that is fourth in line to get to his web.
  • 13. Spider Fact 6: Spiders have silk spinning glands called spinnerets, at the tip of their abdomen.
  • 14. Click on the spider that is seventh in line to get to his web.
  • 15. Spider Fact 7: Spiders have two body parts called the abdomen and the thorax.
  • 16. Click on the spider that is second in line to get to his web.
  • 17. Spider Fact 8: All spiders have fangs.
  • 18. Click on the spider that is ninth in line to get to his web.
  • 19. Spider fact 9: Spiders eat many types of harmful insects.
  • 20. Click on the spider that is fifth in line to get to his web.
  • 21. Spider Fact 10: There are more than 30,000 types of spiders!

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