Earthworm Life Cycle, Parts of an Earthworm, 3 Part Cards, Blackline Masters – Free Printable

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You are invited to download the earthworm pack – learning printables for preschool and kindergarten children. Use this resource with clear true-to-life images and photographs to create hands-on science activities for your students. Children will learn stages of the earthworm life cycle, parts of an earthworm, practice sequencing skills, work to improve their concentration and fine motor skills. This resource will come in handy when exploring invertebrate animals, gardening, and recycling.

Earthworms! Children get so captivated by those creatures. Today you are invited to download this new freebie from the resource library! To get your copy, join our list and scroll all the way to Activity Packs.

Worm farms are quickly gaining popularity in early childhood classrooms. Children learn so much from observing how slowly worms transform our veggie and fruit scraps into rich soil, or as we often call it ‘black gold’.

Getting a worm farm is definitely on our list. We found a local worm breeder who also makes his own worm farms. And we also went with my daughter to a worm farm seminar. So we feel well prepared and children can’t wait to get started!

I also recommend checking earthworm resources with earthworm life cycle figures that complement my free printable!

Earthworm resources

Here is what’s included

  • Parts of an Earthworm poster with labels
  • Parts of an Earthworm poster without labels
  • Parts of an Earthworm label cards
  • Parts of an Earthworm blackline master
  • Earthworm life cycle 3 part cards
  • Earthworm life cycle poster
  • Earthworm life cycle coloring, cutting and pasting worksheet.


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  About Anastasia. Anastasia is a former Early Childhood teacher, the founder of Montessori Nature, a blog about Montessori - inspired and Nature-based explorations. She taught in a Montessori setting for 10 years and has been practicing the Montessori way of learning and living for the last 19 years. She loves designing engaging educational printables for children. Learn more here. 

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