“Mom, why do worms go to the sidewalk when it rains?” I answer that I don’t know, then tell him to pick them up and throw them in our garden. Of course that leads to his next question, “Why?” Before another worm question can be asked, the idea for a new mini unit study is already forming in my head. And since the weather forecast is calling for more showers, I am thinking now will be a good time to begin.
I found this at our library for the younger boys, but we will all read it because we all love picture books.
For the answers to the worm questions, we’ll take a look here http://www.biologyjunction.com/earthworm%20facts.htm#How%20long
Because very few science studies are complete without a lapbook project, we’ll download from here http://www.homeschoolshare.com/worms.php
Worm jokes for fun from a wonderful kids and garden site http://www.kidsgarden.northwestwigglers.com/worms-and-bugs/worm-jokes/
And for the grand finale, gummy worms and the movie, How To Eat Fried Worms.
For more about our homeschool’s gardening project click here https://stilllearningsomethingnew.com/2013/04/14/homeschool-gardening/
In case you are wondering why the worm crossed the road, I know that answer. To get away from the chicken!
Thanks for linking up to Friendship Friday! I love this unit study idea. Thanks for sharing all the resources which I will click on later when I’ve got some time to dig around!
Thank you too Sylvia! Ha! “dig around” is clever, I’m going to remember that as we add to our garden studies.
I love it when a learning opportunity happens naturally!!! Thanks for sharing a bit of of your week in pictures!
Thanks for letting me share my blog with your readers. I love it when learning just happens, too.
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