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***FREE***  This is a set of insects, numbered 0-20, to use for early learners. Large pieces for little hands. Insects included are: ant, cicada, ladybug, rhinoceros beetle, grasshopper, bee, mosquito, cricket, dragonfly and butterfly. Use for number sequencing, number matching (print 2 copies), insect matching, vocabulary, recognition. 11 pages.

***FREE*** This is a set of insects, numbered 0-20, to use for early learners. Large pieces for little hands. Insects included are: ant, cicada, ladybug, rhinoceros beetle, grasshopper, bee, mosquito, cricket, dragonfly and butterfly. Use for number sequencing, number matching (print 2 copies), insect matching, vocabulary, recognition. 11 pages.

Awww look at their little faces..  Image detail for honey bee (apis mellifera) worker bee pupae, caps removed from cells

Awww look at their little faces.. Image detail for honey bee (apis mellifera) worker bee pupae, caps removed from cells

There were bugs everywhere you went at river house, but the grandest of all were the dragonflies. Description from lettersforgeorge.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

There were bugs everywhere you went at river house, but the grandest of all were the dragonflies. Description from lettersforgeorge.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A key to understanding problems facing bumblebees is hiding in the Smithsonian collections. Make these records available & be part of the Smithsonian legacy.

A key to understanding problems facing bumblebees is hiding in the Smithsonian collections. Make these records available & be part of the Smithsonian legacy.

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