Listen to the story “Diary of a Worm” then write the next journal entry for the worm. Draw a picture that represents your journal entry.
Have an adult write your journal entry for you with a highlighter, then trace over the writing, and draw a picture that represents your next day with your worm.
Draw a picture of your worm, and what they would do on the next day in the journal.
Use this worksheet to explore, go outside and dig underground! Can you find an earth worm? What other bugs do you see? Let’s go on a bug hunt!
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