Wild Science kits combine hands on creativity with humour and science. Quality design, great play and learning value.
Wild Science Worm Farm Hoedown Underground
by Wild Science
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- Discover the amazing abilities of worms in a series of safe and humane experiments using real worms and privacy shutters to bring worm tunnels close to view
- Almost any soil will do, and they cost next to nothing to feed
- Age 6+
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Amazon.com: 18 reviews
Worm fun for the kids
9 June 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
40 people found this helpful.
My daughter loves worms and this provided her a way to view them in their own setting, which is deep in the mud. I think this was a good product, but we are still trying to find out how to keep the worms alive. Good product overall, but not nearly the amount of colored mud like the picture advertises. There were only two packets of colored mud and it barely coated a full layer.
Worm farm is a good idea, but does not quite work out that well.
18 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
I purchased this for my grandson who is seven years old. It took him a couple of days before his interest in putting the farm together. He could not put the farm together by himself so I helped him. It was more involved that I expected. However, He was very pleased when we finished the farm. Once the farm and worms were in the case, it was hard to observe them and it did not hold his interest. A better choice that we have used is the butterfly pavilion and culture.
Worms are good workers!
17 November 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my grandson. I am hoping it will help him with his fear of bugs and teach him that all God’s creatures have good jobs. Grandma likes worms because they help make good fertile soil when I compost.
Grandson loves checking worms
2 February 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Nice way to watch worms. The cost seems to be too high for simple kit but work as designed ……
A Curmudgeon in Brookeville
Cool project. Well made
17 March 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Cool project. Well made. Using the colored sand (included) is a great idea for demonstrating "worm churn" in the soil.