Squid, Snails and More! Small Animal Anatomy

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Scorpion Anatomy

Ever try to see a scorpion up close but were too scared? Get closer than ever with this scorpion anatomy worksheet. Fill in the body parts from the word bank.
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Centipede Anatomy

Learn about the animal kingdom with this centipede anatomy worksheet. Fun fact: Centipedes have either 15 or 17 pairs of legs, but never 16!
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Beetle Anatomy

Meet the beetle! Filling out this simple worksheet can help your 5th grader learn the anatomy of a beetle.
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Shrimp Anatomy

Try out this simple worksheet diagramming the anatomy of a shrimp. Big words, small sea creature.
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Grasshopper Anatomy

Hop right into this simple worksheet to memorize grasshopper anatomy. Match the provided words to the body parts of this hip-hoppin' creature.
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Squid Anatomy

Kids love squids! This simple squid diagram will help your 5th grader memorize the squid anatomy.
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Crab Anatomy

Don't be crabby! This worksheets introduces your child to a fascinating crustacean. Fill in the anatomy of a crab using the numbers in the word bank.
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Octopus Anatomy

There's not much in the animal kingdom more interesting than tentacles with suckers! Learn about octopus anatomy with this worksheet.
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Snail Anatomy

Try this worksheet diagramming a snail anatomy. It takes a snail over two minutes to travel 12 inches, but your 5th grader can finish this worksheet in no time.
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