Worm-Themed Circle Time (Part A): Wiggler and Her Friends Save the Garden

In Part A, the children will see real worms, learn the movement of a chorus, and participate in an interactive read-aloud.
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Class Experience

The main objective for part A:
1. The children will learn how worms can help a garden to grow.
2. The children will be able to identify seven different vegetables.
3. The children will learn the movement for the chorus.
RECE : Registered Early Childhood Educator.  I belong to the College of ECE for the province of Ontario, Canada
I am the author of this book.  
I own a few vermicomposters and have grown six out of the seven vegetables mentioned in the book. I hope to grow the seventh once the snow has melted in Canada. :)
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I will be using "Wiggler and Her Friends Save the Garden" on Google slides supplied by me.  No account is required by the student.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The story will be on Google slides (no account required by the student) 


Evelyn BA, RECE
Lives in Canada
Registered Early Childhood Educator
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1 completed class

About Me

Welcome! I have been in the field of early childhood education for 25 years now.  I am also a certified TESL teacher and currently teach adults, teens, and children on another platform.  I am a life long learner.  My passions include, gardening,... 
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