Wiggly Worms | Sullivan

Today was super fun as we observed worms with the Sullivan prek classes. These night creatures danced and wiggled on the table, not too happy, but still willing to show off their pinkish flesh. To my surprise, only a few kids out of six classes were scared! Most were super amazed and gentle with the worms. They were even concerned if the worms began wiggling near the cracks in the wooden picnic table! I am so proud of these preschoolers who are learning week-to-week how to behave in the garden — walking, being calm around bees and treating the bugs with respect. 🙂

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– Ranger Hope

Hope Cox

Hope is an urban farmer, garden educator and foodie transplanted from Tennessee to SoCal in 2014. She hopes to move out of the big city one day to pursue the life of a sustainable farmer; but in the meantime loves to teach elementary kids about how food is grown, nutritious and tasty recipes and connecting with nature.