Wonderful World of Worms for Kids - School holiday activity online

worm hands

Who am I?

  • I like to live in the dark
  • I have no arms, legs , eyes or teeth
  • I am expert in recycling
  • I make a great pet
  • My job is to help make soil healthy
  • I can help your grow fresh and nutritious fruit and veggies at home

You will learn how we can partner with these friends to turn fruit and veggie scraps into beautiful worm castings and worm tea for our garden which helps our veggie gardens grow.

Richard Rowe is an environmental educator with Edendale's school education program. He loves teaching kids and adults about our wonderful friends the worms, runs a small worm farm maintenance business and has two large homemade worm farms at home for his families kitchen waste. 

What you will learn

  • Awesome facts about the wonderful world of worms
  • How we can help the environment by using a worm farm at home
  • How to set up and maintain a worm farm

What you will get

  • Handout on worms

What to bring

  • Curiosity

What to wear

  • Webinar Casual Appropriate for Children

This is a free workshop but bookings are essential.

Book online at We Teach Me

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When

  • Thursday, 01 October 2020 | 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Location

This is an online interactive event using Zoom.
Upon registration you will receive a link to the event via email. You will also receive a reminder closer to the day via email.
You will need to download the Zoom App.
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