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Wiggly Woo

Worms are wonderful for your garden! Through a process called vermicomposting, worms and microorganisms turn kitchen scraps into rich soil in which vegetables and flowers can grown. In the meantime, help this worm find its way out of its maze!
Not quite ready or don’t have space for vermicomposting? You and your family can build a worm farm in a jar , by following these steps from Chicago’s Museum of Science + Industry.
Vermicomposting can utilize school cafeteria waste, provide a variety of interesting experiment, and culminate in a school or classroom garden using the finished product. This teacher’s guide prepared by CalRecycle  explains how you can set it up a vericomposting project to tie in with other learning.

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There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And his name is Wiggly Woo
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And all that he can do
Is wiggle all night
And wiggle all day
Whatever else the people do say
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And his name is Wiggly Woo

There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And his name is Wiggly Woo
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And all that he can do
Is wiggle all night
And wiggle all day
Whatever else the people do say
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
And his name is Wiggly Woo


Midi created by Matthew Clubley