Almost all spiders are poisonous. But most species’ fangs are too short or fragile to penetrate human skin. Of the at least 60 species of spiders in the U.S. known to have bitten people, serious injury occurs from just two types of spiders: widow and brown spiders. These serious injuries can include severe wounds caused by the tissue-destroying venom of brown spiders and body-wide poisoning caused by the nerve-toxic venom of widow spiders.
Kids Health FREEBIE!! Cold and flu season is just around the corner. Help your students remember to practice good hygiene habits with the "Germ Stopping Song." The "Germ Stopping Song and poster is a fun way to remind students to cover their coughs and sneezes, use tissues, and wash their hands. It is sung to the tune of "Row Row Row Your Boat" and goes like this: "Co-ver when we cough! Co-ver when we sneeze! Use a tissue. Wash our hands. Keep our own germs please! -