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# Worms

## Collection by April Zajko, M.Ed.

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A set of colouring pages featuring the lyrics to ‘There’s a Worm at the Bottom of my Garden’ song with fun illustrations.

Inchworm, inchworm, Measuring the marigold. You and your arithmetic... You'll probably go far! So here is the beginning of my Kindergarten Measurement Unit. This is a fun unit, and that's a great thing, because we spend a lot of time on it! The unit is divided into 4 sections: length, surface area, weight and capacity. (We're also supposed to do temperature, but we cover that so much in science that we skip it in math). As with everything, we start out with lots and lots of hands-on…

feed worms to the baby birds fine motor, color sorting sensory bin from Modern Preschool

Here is a great way to observe worms and compost at the same time! Make your own wormery this spring!

Preschoolers circle time games - Wiggle around periodically while learning alphabet, numbers and wiggle worm color shape game.

404 Likes, 29 Comments - HEIDI @ LEARNING THROUGH PLAY (@learning.through.play) on Instagram: “Exploring the text 'Superworm' by Julia Donaldson today as part of our current project about…”

One of the most popular children's songs, "Herman the Worm" is from the award-winning CD, "Action! Fun! Dance!" "Action! Fun! Dance! CD Download: http://stor...

Fun Facts About Earthworms. Printable Worksheet for Kids.

Counting worms sensory bin with free printable number and number word cubes. Great preschool garden or worm theme activity for spring!

Oh boy does this coloring activity sheet look fun, and healthy too. Mr. Worm is ready to have you guide him to his dinner. So many apples so little time.

Worms Play Dough Math Mats

Go digging for worms as you practice counting with free printable number cubes and this preschool math sensory bin for your spring worm or gardening theme.

We spent a little time exploring inchworms this week. Of course, you can't explore inchworms without first reading the book" Inch by Inch" by Leo Lionni. To extend the book into our play we did a little play dough inchworm measuring...

As part of our curriculum we are asked to teach the children about worms ...... yuck!!!! Just in case you haven't figured it out yet I hate worms! I love to introduce new topics with songs and poems so here are two poems that I found. The kids always love these :) We first started off by building a home for the worms. We kept the worms in a regular insect container with holes and plastic sides but we also make a fun home for them :) I used a 2-liter coke bottle and cut off the top. You can…

This is so much fun for homeschoolers or just to get the kids involved in the garden! Learn How to create a worm farm with kids!