Comparing Canada and Reds

Unit 4: What's with the wiggling?
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT compare red worms with Canadian Nightcrawlers by observing them side by side.

Big Idea: Young children don't realize that there are a variety of worms in the world. This lesson gives them a sneak peak.

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Science, Science Skills, compare-and-contrast, diagram, inquiry, experiment, worm
  40 minutes
two worms
 
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