W- Worm / Mud

Weekly Activities Worm / Mud
May 18-22, 2020

Here are samples of activities that your child may be participating in this week.

Monday – Letter “W”

How you can participate: Have your child bring something to school that starts with the letter “W”. We welcome any worms!

Book – Stuck in the Mud (Amazon)
Phonics – “W says, w,w,w,w,w,w, worm….I can dance and do a squirm.”
Art – Worm Cheerios
Math & Science – Measure with worms
Music – It’s Warm Up Time

Stuck in Mud Read Aloud

Tuesday – Dirt!

How you can participate: Talk with your child about the uses of dirt.worms and dirt preschool science

Book – Mud (Amazon)
Action – Body “W”
Art – Paint with dirt
Science – Dirty W’s in Wet Sand
Music – Silly Willies

Mud Read Aloud

Wednesday – Mud Pies

How you can participate: Have your child bring a baggie of dirt to school to help make mud pies.

Book – We Love Dirt (Amazon)
Phonics – “W says, w,w,w,w,w,w, worm….I can dance and do a squirm.”
Art – Finger paint mud pies
Science/Math – Cooking Mud Pies
Music – 5 Little Ducks

We Love Dirt Read Aloud

Thursday – Worm Villages

How you can participate: Get on the floor and move around like inch worms.

Book – Wonderful Worms (Amazon)wonderful worms
Musical Instruments
Art – Worm on a stick
Science – Build a worm house
Music – Wheels on the Bus

Wonderful Worms Read Aloud

Friday – Composting

How you can participate: Start a compost at home or talk about things you’re eating for dinner that could/could not be put in a compost pile (no dairy, fats, or meats)

Book – Compost Stew (Amazon)
Phonics – “W says, w,w,w,w,w,w, worm….I can dance and do a squirm.”
Art – Paper Compost
Science – Composting
Music – Hokey Pokey

Compost Stew Read Aloud

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Earthworms have been around for a very long time.

An earthworm does not have a skeleton. It has bristles on each segment called setae (see-tee) that help the earthworm move. Earthworms have no limbs but the setae are almost like little legs that help it slide through the soil. There are four pairs of setae in each segment of a worm’s body. The earthworm has two sets of muscles: one that makes it long and thin and one that makes it fat.

An earthworm has a nervous system with a simple brain and nerve cord. Some earthworms (nightcrawlers) can live up to 5-10 years! This is probably because they can’t be attacked and eaten by birds since they are so deep below the surface (unlike the common red earthworm).

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