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Williams Elementary Students Get Their Hands Dirty for Science

Williams Elementary’s kindergarten class explored “Worms and Dirt” during a Eureka Life Science experiment.  Eureka is a James Williams Elementary PTA-funded science program run by volunteers with teacher support.

During the experiment kindergarteners observed live Red Wiggler worms and learned about their importance as a natural composter. They learned if worms like light, if worms can smell, and how to make their own worm farms.

Kindergarteners also made individual worm farms to observe in the classroom.  They released their Red Wiggler worms into the nature area at the school after observing them and learning all about the important job that worms provide for our earth.

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Williams students find out if worms can smell.

A student releases a worm into the Williams Nature area.

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