Biologists have a way of classifying everything. By classifying, you put things into groups that have similar characteristics. This is sorting which is like the science of taxonomy. urbanext worms Worm Woman Meet the worm woman who started it all! Worm Bin Project Students will learn about decomposition and the worm's life cycle. Mazon Creek Fossils Information on worm fossils in the Chicago area. Science Museum of Minnesota Online Worm Project See first graders at the Museum Magnet School exploring the world of worms.
The real important part of the classification system and the part that means the most to us as worms and you as young scientists is the last two divisions: Genus and Species. The genus is made up of a group of individuals who are all closely related. urbanext worms
Now comes the part I like the bestFOOD! I spend most of my time eating and believe it or not I love vegetables and fruits. Worms tunnel deeply in the soil and bring subsoil closer to the surface mixing it with the topsoil. Slime, a secretion of earthworms, contains nitrogen. Nitrogen is an important nutrient for plants. Apply reading strategies to create a worm bin, investigating resources on the web. Use technology to communicate by writing stories about Herman the worm. Math. Use the appropriate operations to determine the cubic inches and feet needed to create a worm bin to accommodate the worms. urbanext worms Worm Deli; Can't Live Without Me; Worm Facts; My Fun Place; Worm Links; Credits