Early Learning Programs for schools
Make A Worm Farm
Years: Preschool – Grade Two
Students: 25 per group, 2 groups are able to run concurrently
Minimum cost per one hour session: $75.00
Duration: 30 minutes
Cost: $5 for two 30 minute classes with a short break in between
Facilitated Day Program: Choose two options from the Early Years Programs
Teacher or parent helper / student ratio: 1: 15
Discover why worms are really important
Explore how worms help in the composting cycle
Connect the dots - recycling is more than putting rubbish in the bin
Find out about the fascinating lives of worms by watching the worms’ vital role in returning nutrients to our soil.
Worms are the workers … they will turn our organic rubbish into precious fertilizer. Students are given a chance to have a hands on experience in creating a worm farm
The Australian Curriculum – Science Links
Living Things: There are a variety of living things that have similarities and differences. They have similar needs for shelter and food. Explore ways they interact with their environment and each other.
Growth and change: Living things grow and change, with offspring similar to parents
Nature of science and everyday science: Scientists explore the world around them, ask questions, solve problems and share information. Science is used in everyday life including caring for the local environment.
The daily environment: Explore ways the environment influences the daily lives of students.
Earth's resources: Discuss Earth’s resources, including water, and the ways they are used
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