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Kids and dirt go hand in hand! Now that summer is here and the kids are able to get outside more, they’re playing and exploring the great outdoors.
Summer’s a fun time to explore worms. Let kids grab their digging tools and get to work in the backyard. They may find worms in the garden or in a dirt plot. Squirmy worms are fun to explore.
Your kids may want to keep a few in a worm habitat so they can watch how they crawl and dig in the dirt.
Would a Worm Go On a Walk
Now that the kids have explored worms and maybe even added some to a worm habitat to observe, read them a fun book about worms. Would a Worm Go On a Walk? by Hannah C. Hall is a great selection!
In this sweet book which features bugs and animals, kids will ponder questions such as would a worm go on a walk, would a turtle drive a truck, and more. The fun rhyming text will keep kids turning the pages. The engaging illustrations will lead to lots of fun discussions about “could this really happen.”
The book culminates in a reminder that God’s design is intentional – even when a detail may seem odd (birds that don’t fly, animals that play dead, etc.)
This book is the perfect catalyst for initiating a discussion with kids about how God designed them just how they are. That’s a message all kids need to hear!
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I’ve created a printable that goes perfectly with this book! Inside this fun pack, you’ll find handwriting pages, coloring pages, and a Bible verse copywork page featuring all of the creatures featured in Would a Worm Go on a Walk?
I’m so excited to be giving away a copy of this sweet book to you – my readers! I believe your kids will love this book as much as I did! If you’d like a copy of your own, enter the giveaway below.
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