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  • Anna Phillips-Holman

    Worms project ideas

  • LaShanne Scott

    Gummy Worm Science experiment! Place some gummy worm in water overnight and compare to test in morning! Fun for Halloween! Could use gummy bears too :)

  • Helen Martin

    This website is so awesome and will be very helpful in the classroom one day. This activity, done with gummy worms, allows for the children to observe what they see after an overnight experiment. Also on the website, there is different types of art projects that all ages can do that relate to science! Use plastic worms

  • Emily Marlena

    Preschool science

  • Angie Lyngso

    Nature theme Gummy worm science by Teach Preschool

  • Amy Shields

    Gummy Bear Science

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