Education Pack: Soil and Earthworms - Worm Survey

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This resource, produced by OPAL (Open Air Laboratories), aims to develop an understanding that there are different kinds of earthworms in the environment with different habitat requirements. Linked to the topic area of all living things and their habitats, it is designed for use outside the classroom when visiting a garden or wildlife area. Children identify earthworms using the field guide provided then count and record their numbers in a given area. Contents include: instructions on running the activities, a checklist of equipment required, and a recording sheet. This activity has been differentiated for use at primary and secondary level.

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