Garden Camp {Make a Worm Tower}

Today at Garden Camp we made a Worm Tower to carry home with us. You can do this activity anywhere you might find a multitude of worms. You’d be surprised where you can buy worms too! The Tower is a fancy way of describing a travel case for your worms.

We made our Worm Tower and carried them home to our backyard. We have a large storage container that we’ll use for our fun exploratory backyard worm bin. Be sure to cut a few holes in the bottom so the container can drain if you chose to keep them in the same manner. You could always simply release them in your soil or in a tarp with some soil (that you would fold up each day/night for safe keeping).

Materials:

  • Plastic Cup or you could use a cardboard box and decorate it but you need to make sure it stays in tact until you get it home
  • Newspaper
  • Spray Bottle with Water
  • Worms
  • Soil
  • Worm Food like lettuce, for example

IMG 6698 Garden Camp {Make a Worm Tower}First stuff some torn newspaper in the bottom of the cup

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Next, spray some water to dampen the newspaper to make the worm’s home nice and moist

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Add your worms, a bit of soil and some food for them such as lettuce scraps

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Then layer with newspaper again

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Finish off with a few more squirts of water

You’ll want to cover it with a plastic bag and an elastic to hold it snug. Poke a few holes in it for some air and you are good to go have some dirty worm fun!

A few great books to go along with this activity include:

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Thank you for choosing to read this post today. I hope that we inspired you.
Marnie

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  1. I love that you included some books to go along with the worm tower. I’ll be featuring this at the next Sunday Showcase. :)
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