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Earthworms, by Llewellyn

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Ages: 6 - 13
Worms Ate My Garbage
From YouTube, produced by Fooditude
This is a great video for kids about composting with worms.  Two women from Urban Worm Girl show a small group of kids how to make their own worm bins to keep worms that can make "black gold" which is nutrient rich soil.  NOTE: The video contains a s... [more]
July 18, 2012 at 07:52 PM
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Ages: 3 - 10
A Close-up of the Common Earthworm
From arkive.org, produced by ARKive
This short video clip gives you a close-up view of the earthworm.  There is no narration, but the professional video footage and sounds from nature help bring the worm into the classroom for your students to observe and discuss.  Once you are on the ... [more]
November 29, 2011 at 10:37 PM
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Ages: 3 - 9
A Tribute to Earthworms
From YouTube, produced by Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski
Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski shares some basic information about earthworms and their beneficial contributions to the plant and animal kingdoms. In addition, there is video footage of recent hands-on science classes conducted with preschoolers as they... [more]
October 4, 2011 at 10:51 AM
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Ages: 3 - 9
Mother Nature and the Earthworm
From YouTube, produced by Sesame Street
This brief clip from Sesame Street explains the relationship between the earthworm and a tree.  This video clip could be used to compliment the story Earthworms by Claire Llewellyn.  (01:06)
October 4, 2011 at 10:55 AM
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Nature in Your Backyard: Earthworms
From YouTube
Nature in Your Backyard - Earthworms are like tiny compost factories they eat dead leaves and put out rich organic soil. They also mix up the earth and aerate it. They are also hermaphroditic, which means they are both male and female. (02:18) This... [more]
October 4, 2011 at 10:46 AM
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