Worms Eat Our Garbage: Classroom Activities for a Better Environment

Worms Eat Our Garbage Classroom Activities for a Better Environment This curriculum uses over worm related classroom or home activities to help children in grades develop problem solving and critical thinking skills Centered around a classroom worm bin activi

  • Title: Worms Eat Our Garbage: Classroom Activities for a Better Environment
  • Author: Mary Appelhof Mary Frances Fenton Barbara Loss Harris
  • ISBN: 9780942256055
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • This curriculum uses over 150 worm related classroom or home activities to help children in grades 4 8 develop problem solving and critical thinking skills Centered around a classroom worm bin, activities integrate science, mathematics, language arts, biology, solid waste issues, ecology, and the environment.

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    1. This is a teacher resource book full of black line masters, interesting activities, and background about vermicomposting. I very much enjoy this resource. I use this whenever I raise worms in the classroom, as I am doing now.****If one had no science curriculum, this resource would take you a long way through Earth science in an elementary school classroom.I have been using this book for 16 years. There is a wealth of activities here. Using it along with a worm bin and students will have a blast [...]

    2. lovely! games and activities that would utilize and/or develop a variety of skills (i didn't do any of them, unfortunately.). really great questions, too.worms rock!

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