Done. Three cabbage whites.
"Bumblebee." Done. And a half-dozen wasps, which she calls "bumblebees".
"Snail." Done. Plenty of those.
"Where is spider?"
Here he is! Isn't he pretty?
He was quite a jumper, and very curious. He kept turning towards me while I tried to maneuvre him into a good position for his portrait. When I brought the camera in close, watching him through the viewfinder, he disappeared all of a sudden. I thought to look at the camera itself; sure enough, he was on the extended lens.
Angled up to look at me. Those headlight eyes give these spiders excellent binocular vision (the better to jump at you, m'dear) and they can distinguish prey as far away as 30 cm. (1 ft.)
Back to work, Grandma! Snookums wants another snail!
I found her a pillbug, the kind that rolls up into a ball. When it unrolled, it frightened Miss Muffet away. Turns out spiders are ok, pillbugs are not.
Bonus, and this one wasn't scary at all: a nice, popsicle-green stink bug.
A dramatic head shot.
Then we went inside and drew pictures of butterflies, spiders, snails, and the pill bug.