Lessons for Worms

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  • Exploring Animal Camouflage - … at worms and create a worm habitat in the classroom. As they investigate the worms' physical characteristics, they will notice how the worms' coloring … sticks for children who don't feel comfortable handling worms directly. Place the worms on newspaper or other paper, and out of … ://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/amazing-insect-camouflage/14128 Worms: http://yucky.discovery.com/flash/worm/pg000102.html New Words Camouflage: An adaptation …
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  • Idaho Public Television NTTI Lesson Plan: The Dirt On Worms! - … Class Act Educational Guide in association with The-Can-O- Worms stacking worm bins. Viscor Distribution Inc., 12165 Cherrywood Drive, Maple Ridge … the surface of the soil. PE: Stage a Worm Olympics which uses some worm behaviors such as; long stretch, rapid retraction, compost … your predictions in your journal before you get your worm. Rinse 2 worms per group in water that has been standing a … and respect. We will not be cutting open any worms. Observe your worm so you can record results and make conclusions about …
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  • Wonderful Worms - … following worksheets: (a) Worm Watching Guide (b) Worm Words (c) Worm Diagram. 3. Discuss the following: (a) Is your worm a living thing? How … skeleton? (i) How does the worm move? (j) Can a worm move backwards? (k) Does a worm have any special features? Describe them … time. 9. Play the audio tape "Worm Rap". Have students do the "Worm Rap". The "Worm Rap", written by Caroline Haviland, can be found in the publication, SCIENCE AND CHILDREN, JANUARY 1993. WORM RAP A worm doesn't have any bones inside, But that doesn …
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  • evolution: Natural Selection of Stick-Worms - … results" by purposely going after the green stick-worms, avoiding all or most tan worms. If the data reveals that this has … for hard-to-see worms, which would eventually happen as the worm population decreased. 5. Probably more green worms would be found; the … species). 9. - easier to see, - different surfaces, - different worm sizes, - different numbers of worms out there, - different degrees of aggressiveness of birds …
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  • Making a Mini Worm Habitat - … the ground below, and enrich the soil with their worm castings or worm "poop". They can be so tiny that you can … in their journals- KWL (What they know about worms, want to know about worms and later write what they have learned.) Ask … have students measure the worms for fun and use Worm Rulers. You also may want to weigh the worms and divide that in … they avoid the light.) After observing the worms, ask students to draw their new worm habitat with the different layers. Have students …
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  • Fact or Fiction: Learning About Worms Using Diary of a Worm - … of book that contains both a fictional story about worms and facts about worms. 6. Begin the picture walk, pausing at each … target concept of this book is that the earth needs worms and worms need the earth-they are codependent. After you have … the students, "What does this tell us about worms?" The fact that worms like to dig can be added to the organizer … book with students. Invite students to visit Worm World to find out more about worms and to finish the Concept Map from …
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  • Worms and Spiders - … nest * garden or flower bed soil * Styrofoam balls * five red worms * worms * water in watering can * oatmeal * small seeds to sprout * garden … discussion of Worms(non-insects) Worm activity with compost Make garbage gardens Worm hunt outside Worm prints with gummy worms Make chocolate covered worms Introduction to … now pick up your wonderful worms and make them squirm!" Activity 2: Worm Activity with a local worm expert from your area. Activity …
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  • I Can Use a Worm to Count. Can a Worm Count Me? - … eyes - Laminate materials - Paints, crayons, markers to decorate the worm's head - Worm Head patterns in file. Pattern may be enlarged if … a Worm to Count. Can a Worm Count Me?" 2. Read the book Count Worms by Roger Hargeaves. Class discussion 3. Present worm puppet … , (Aug 1995) Activity Extensions -Field trips to dig worms and fishing with real worms -Worm ZERO HERO visits class on days that ends …
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  • Don't Worm Your Way Out of This One! - … listed in Related Resources. Gather the following materials: + vermicompost bin (worm bin) + Cheerios (or equivalent cereal) + napkins + spray bottle + samples of … . After 5-10 minutes, direct students to return worms, Cheerios, and napkins to the worm bin face down. Ideally, the napkins should … , gizzard) that help them to survive + Worms are part of a food chain (food >> bacteria >> worms) + Worms make castings from the food they …
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  • Learner Resource – Garbage, Garbage, Garbage - … . + Study worm anatomy, worm life cycle, worm food chains, or study other worm bin organisms. (Ants, mites, millipedes, centipedes, or sow bugs.) Worms: Worms are hermaphrodites … . Do worms have teeth? 3. Do worms have eyes? 4. Do worms respond to light? 5. Are worms male or female? How do worms reproduce? 6. Why do worms come …
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