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My Favorite Worm Song

I AM A WORM (GUSANO) (Mel McMurrin & Kevin Beals) Am/E/Am/F/Am E Am E Am I am a worm The wondrous worm It's down under I love to squirm To eat the dead And the living's my toil And what comes out makes magnificent soil Chorus: C G F E/ C G F E/ F G C D/ F G Am Gu-sa-no, no, no, no, no - no, no, no, no, no - no, no, no, no, no, no - si! Gu-sa-no, no, no, no, no - no, no, no, no, no - no, no, no, no, no, no - si! I aerate the earth as I tunnel and squirm I'm proud to be called a worm Our tunnels flood It rains all night Come up for air Be killed by light When people die Worms attend Though it's dull But no one comes to a worm's funeral Chorus A robin's cute But have you heard

Discovering Nature's Recyclers

What's creepier than a close look at forest floor critters? Some of them slide along the leaf litter leaving a slimy trail behind, others have tiny fangs and lots of legs, and still others roll around or jump when they are uncovered. And what about those crazy colored mushrooms and black dots on leaves? The forest floor is a fascinating place when you take the time to slow down, get low down and view it with through a hand lens. Jana McGloughlin's 2nd grade class from Bluff Elementary visited the Forest Classroom at the County Farm in Unity last week to learn about these creepy critters and the important role many of them play as decomposers. Consider how full of leaves the forest might

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