I'm developing a fun little pond-dipping key for use with families this summer. It is a little waterproof book with bright pictures of typical pond creatures, complete with a brief description.
What I need a few suggestions for is an alternative to categorizing a creature as common, uncommon, and rare. I had the idea of a green to red scale (friendly-fierce) but I think that'll be too much for some parents when their child fishes up a great diving beetle which would be at the high end of 'fierce' - you can see the problem there.
So any ideas for a different spin on common-uncommon-rare? Or a nifty alternative?
I'll be around here most of the day so I'll be responding to any queries, suggestions, etc
need some quick ideas
maybe something simple like one frog for common, two frogs for less common and a princess for rarity ...
^I like that one.
I like that one too, I'll jot it down Thank you
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