Cut two slits into the side of a shoe box lid and bend down the side.
Paint the inside of the lid brown for the soil.
Punch two small holes near the bent piece of the lid on either side and feed a garden stick through the holes.
To make the compost garbage: Stick down pieces of newspaper onto the bent piece of the lid. Draw and cut out food rubbish shapes (e.g.: egg shells, banana skins, apple cores etc.) from coloured paper and add details with maker. Stick the rubbish to the shoe box lid.
To make the worms: Cut out a long rectangle shape from coloured foam and curves the ends to make the worms head and tail.
Fold the piece of foam back and forth (like an accordion) and piece through the foam with a plastic sewing needle.
Unfold the foam and feed a pipe cleaner through the holes. This will make the work look like its wriggling.
Stick on two googly eyes and a piece of string to the underneath of the worm.
Tie the end of the string to the stick on the shoe box. Make lots of worms and tie them to the stick too.
When you spin the stick the worms will wriggle up to the rubbish in the compost heap to turn it into soil.