**For the Lesson 13 worksheet set, question 8 requires you to add in a picture of a spider so the various parts of the spider anatomy can be labeled. I chose to draw the picture that has the parts labeled on it, which is located on the bottom left-hand corner of the first page of Lesson 13 (page 229.)
**Note there is a question in this worksheet set (question 30) that requires your CHILD to draw in various types of webs. Obviously, you aren’t required to put the pictures in there because that’s up to them, but if you’re just going through the worksheets quickly, you might not realize it’s something they have to do and not something you have to put in there for them, so I figured I’d give everyone a heads up.
**The Lesson 13 test set includes several test question that require you to put in pictures or diagrams. Questions requiring pictures include 12, 13, and one picture for questions 23-25. Question 12 and 13 require two different types of webs – of your choice – for your child to identify. Questions 23-25 require a picture of a scorpion like that under the “Scorpions” section, which is located at the bottom of page 239.
**Note that, for the Lesson 14 test, a couple of pictures need to be added. Question 9 requires a picture showing larvae then a snail, and then a bird (see an example here), and then Question 12 of the test requires a picture of a snail with its internal anatomy so various parts can be labeled, much like the one shown in the “Gastropod Anatomy” section of the lesson, on the bottom of page 251.