The Brown Recluse - The most unique feature of the Brown Recluse is the 3 pairs of eyes, which are very uncommon among spiders. Brown Recluse spiders will not bite unless they are forced to. Their bites can cause death, or other serious symptoms.
And she just smiles evily, turns around, and leaves. And for the next two days, Clint is jumpy and uneasy. On the third day he finds a black widow in his room in a sealed jar with a note that says "Want me to give you a brown recluse instead?" And he just starts freaking out!
Writing Spider. In North America, Argiope aurantia is commonly known as the black and yellow garden spider, zipper spider, corn spider, and writing spider, because of the similarity of the web to writing. Research - DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/tiny-miracles/ - Like almost all other spiders, Argiope are harmless to humans. They eat insects up to twice their size. They might bite if grabbed, but do not attack & venom is not serious for humans.
EYFS / Lower KS1 Maths Teaching Resources – Shape Rockets. In this teaching resource pupils practise identifying triangles, circles, squares and rectangles to help them develop their knowledge of basic shapes. The interactive lesson uses KS1 pupil friendly colour, imagery and animation to make this an engaging learning experience. http://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/resource.php?id=1078