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Episode 2 – Wiggly Worm!

A series of interactive FREE videos and related educator resources that use art to plant a lifelong awareness of local farming, food origins and nutrition in the minds of elementary students!

Grades: 1-4

Resources: Videos and supporting art activities with extension options to suit teacher requirements and student needs and abilities

Delivery Options: In-classroom or remote learning

Time: ~19-min videos + drawing time & optional extension activities

Art Principals of Design: Contrast, repetition/rhythm, variety

Curriculum Connections: Visual arts, drama, life systems

Relevance to the Ontario Arts Curriculum Grades 1-8: Visual Arts D1 Creating and Presenting; D2 Reflecting, Responding and Analyzing; D3 Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts; Dance A1 Creating and Presenting

Episode 2 – Wiggly Worm!

Just in time for Earth Day, Rob Biddulph guides students through simple steps to draw some wiggly worms as they squirm through the soil, while introducing the concept of soil health.

The Educator Resource features art projects about soil health, featuring a collage activity.

Core concepts: art forms, soil health and community of organisms.

The #DrawWithRobCanada videos and resources have been developed in partnership with the amazing educators at Canada’s Agriculture and Food Museum.  Find out more about their education programming at

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Junior Artist Contest: Win a virtual class visit from children’s author/illustrator Rob Biddulph and $500 to purchase art supplies for your classroom!

Simply share your classroom’s Draw with Rob inspired artwork social media using #DrawWithRobCanada between March 30-May 16th, 2021.

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