Compost worm maze activity

It was “International Compost Awareness Week” at the beginning of May so to celebrate this we have drawn a compost maze for you to colour in and then draw the path that will take the worm from the top of the compost pile down to the other worms at the bottom. 

Do you compost at home?  All of us can improve our soils health and biodiversity by composting. 

What you can put in your compost bin?

Vegetable and fruit scraps, old flower pruning’s, twigs, leaves, lawn clippings, tea bags and coffee grounds, shredded paper and cardboard, straw and untreated sawdust, used potting mix, fish bones, and crushed egg shells. Just remember that if your compost bin has worms in it, their mouths are little so chop up your compost into small pieces so the worms can work through it faster.

If you want to find out more information on composting go to the International Compost Awareness Week website: 

Click the link to download this colouring activity from Planet Designs Kids Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads on our website or on our Pinterest account. 

To download or print using the above links: 

* Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads (on our website) - click the “Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads” link and it will take you to the free downloads page on our website. Put in your email address and you’ll have free access to all of our free colouring activities. Click “Continue”, then on the page you want click “Download”, and it will then be saved in your downloads folder where you can print it.

* Pinterest - click the “Pinterest” link and it will take you to the Planet Designs Kids Pinterest account where you can find the above colouring activity, click the menu button at top of picture (3 dots … ), and select “Download Image”, it will then be saved in your downloads folder where you can print it.

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