Students record what they are learning about composting and worms in this adorable booklet with 7 different prompted questions and additional space to write their observations!
Students create an adorable booklet to show what they have learned about composting!
Great addition to your class if you have watched a video on composting, visited an ecology center or farm, or for them to do research on their own or in groups!
Included in Set:
Directions on how to create booklet.
"Composting with Worms" booklet pages:
Prompted Questions Include:
What does a compost bin look like? What does the environment include?
What types of foods and materials are safe for a worm to eat? What is not safe for a worm to eat?
What is the purpose of having a compost bin?
What are the parts of a worm?
How do worms change garbage into compost?
How can composting with worms help the environment?
What are some additional facts and details that you have learned about worms and composting?
Additional Lined Paper is included so students have options to extend their writing.
Great for Science Centers!
Great for homework assignments!
Great for research assignments!
Great for independent and group work!
Great for Assessments!
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