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

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

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