Fish love to eat worms! Try this fun fish math paper.
Pick your favorite number and write three subtration problems with the answer being your favorite number. Mine is 49.
After watching this video, answer the following questions in your journal.
Would worms be in the library?
What type of environment would worms live in?
Our Earth is filled up with landfills and garbage. After viewing this video, write In your journal about how you can start using worms at your house.
Create dance moves. Have someone copy you. Do the worm dance on the floor and wiggle. Do the cheetah dance and run in place. Choose 10 different dances.
Cut 6 or more pieces of string all different lengths. 6 or more different colors of paint: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Paper Drag a string through a color and drop it on the paper. Repeat with several colors. Try dropping, dragging, zig zaging the string like a worm across the page. Experiment and have fun!
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