Watch farmer Brian show you how to sample worms safelyin your home or school garden and use the attached work sheet and guidance notes to learn all about how important soils and worms are in helping prevent climate change.
Explore the structure and chemical processes in soil and make connections between soil types and nutrition of different vegetables. with thisSecrets of Soilresource produced by One Seed Forward.
This Rocks and Soils e-booklet suggests a number of different hands-on activities suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3 which will help pupils to understand the importance of soil and its properties.
This school garden activity Much of a Mulchnesscan be used to show the process of evaporation of water from soil and can teach children about how to conserve water by using everyday materials in the garden.
Why not try this LEAFBBSRC Science on the Farm poster - SOILalso available in Welshis one in a series of 5 posters that showcase how science and technology benefits farming. Topics include: soil, water, biodiversity, grassland management and animal feed.
Investigate a number of factors affecting soil health, from worm counts, soil conductivity testing as well as information about the importance of symbiotic relationships in ensuring good soil health with this Soil the Key to Sustainable Food Production?
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