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Spiderman Coloring Pages For Kids Questions Answered!

  1. What kind of spider has a blue prosoma and a red abdomen?

    I found a small jumping spider on the back of my neck this afternoon. Same colours as Spiderman. I've got a few bite marks down my back, but I'm not really sure if I had them before today. So I guess what I'm asking is, do you know what kind of spider this is, or am I going to wake up stronger and more awesome tomorrow?

  2. How to deal with my 3 year old stepson, when I am not used to kids.?

    I have a 3-1/2 year old stepson that we recently got full custody of. It was not some intense custody battle, his mother gave up custody for various reasons. He has adjusted to being in our household pretty well, and I get along with him fine. But prior to him coming, I have never been exposed to children for the most part. I don't know what to do with him! He seems to be pretty independent in terms of just being by himself, but I feel bad as if I should play with him. I don't want him to think I am ignoring him, but I just don't know how to interact with him. Is it normal to not play with whatever toys ur kids are playing with? What does a parent generally do with a 3 year old...I know this sounds stupid, but seriously zero exposure to children in my life!

  3. How can i make a story book look intresting for a 5 year old? (Hes giving me my grade!)?

    So i have to do a story book for and my teachers 6 or five year old niece who is going to grade based on the "creativity" of the book (lame i know). The story book is for my 11th Grade History on the U.S Rise To Power (Pressures to Expand, Spanish American War, New Foreign Policy, Debating Americas New Role.) I don't really need to make up a story or anything, I just need to make it " attractive" to the little kid... any suggestions on what a 5 year old kid might like in the (history)book, colors, glitter, paper, cars, blood, girls, superman... (?) Im just stuck because i don't know how to combine fun with history for a 5 year old!