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In November I attended a teacher training on including nature in the classroom. One of the things we did was build a small worm box. It has been sitting on my counter since then getting food scraps and paper added to it. The other day I took the plastic container out of the cardboard sleeve it sits in and saw lots of itty baby red wriggler worms crawling along the sides.

Baby worms are pretty interesting to look at. They are a translucent white with a little red in them from their blood. There must have been an egg ball close to the wall of the container as there were lots of little squigglies. If not, I might not have even known there were baby worms until they matured as these are so teeny tiny.

I almost wish we were discussing worms this week instead of three weeks from now.
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