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When I taught third grade we did this one year. It was very successful and didn't stink in the classroom. At the end of the year I kept it up for a while at home and then chucked it into the garden when I was tired of it. The worms loved coffee grounds.

Wow, Eileen. That's so impressive. I think you've become a MEGA homeschooling mom now. : )

I gotta say - you're definitely a brave mom. I bet your children are very blessed by this trait. I try not to wince too much with dirt/mud/strange concoctions made by boys, but it's HARD.

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