Worm Farm

What you need:worm farm
• Sand
• Soil
• Plastic or glasss container
• Water
• Worms

What you do:
• Layer soil and sand in the container, making sure the top layer is soil.
• If the soil is dry, add some water so that the soil stays moist.
• Gather your worms.
• Add food (lettuce, egg shells, tea bags, coffee grinds, fruit peel) to the top of the container.
• Add your worms to their new home, and cover to keep dark.

Over the course of a few days, you should be able to see the worms have tunnelled; eaten their food and mixed up the sand with the soil.

Worm Art

What you need:
• Newspaper to protect the workspace
• Tempera Paint
• A couple of shallow dishes to pour the paint into
• Cooked spaghetti noodles
• A piece of art paper the bigger the better

What you do:
•  Cover the workspace with newspaper
• Pour out a few different colors of tempera paint into shallow containers
• Plop a handful of clean, al dente spaghetti noodles into the paint and mix around, making sure to saturate the noodles with oodles of paint
• Pull a paint covered noodle out of the paint and onto the clean art paper. Twirl, pull, swirl, drag, press the noodle all around the paper and see what happens!