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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 53 for Daffodils
  1.   Fields of Daffodils
Fields of Daffodils Represent the spirit of hope with a classroom display of sunny daffodils. Plant flowering bulbs and learn how communities help each other heal. 1. What is a community? To which communities do you belong? Think about your local neighborhood, rural area, town, or suburb. How do the people in a community help o...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  2.   Germination
...3 UNIT 2 LESSON 2 We are learning about germination or how a seed begins to grow. Seeds are kind of like tiny time capsules. The seed is a time capsule that opens as soon as the conditions are right. For some seeds, this can be as soon as there is moisture present. Some tree seeds and tulip and daffodil bulbs need a few months of cold temperatures before they will sprout and grow. This prevents a seed from sprouting in the fall and the new, young plant from being killed by freezing temperatures. Seeds of some plants need to pass through the body of a bird or animal before they will germinate. The acid in the...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Vegetable Rock Garden
...e jars daily and fill when necessary. Monitor each plant's growth. Variations: Add pineapple tops to the list of plants to grow. Grow large seeds such as an avocado or a mango. (Remove the outer covering from the mango seed before placing the seed onto the rocks.) Use flower bulbs such as tulips or daffodils. Assessment Evaluate students' answers and participation. Lesson Plan Source Education World Submitted By Lois Lewis National Standards :
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Introduction to Literary Terms
...owledge Foundation, 2000. VIII. Sixth Grade, Introduction to Literary Terms 2004 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 7 Appendix A I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud By William Wordsworth I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils, Beside the lake, beneath the trees Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the Milky Way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. The waves beside them danced, but th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Biotechnology,GMOS and Food
...la Disease/virus protection These crops contain a gene taken from a virus and this allows the plant to fend off infections by the viruses, which often attack this plant. Examples: papaya, squash, potato Improved nutrition The most common example is "golden rice" has been modified using genes from a daffodil, a pea, a bacterium, and a virus so the rice contain high levels of beta-carotene, which the body can convert into vitamin A. Improved growth Involves introducing growth hormone genes to produce more rapidly growing animals. Example: AquAdvantage™ salmon Biotechnology, GMOs and food BCTF/CIDA Global Cla...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Adobe Digital Kids Club: Lessons: Advanced Victorian Valentines
...digital. For example: 2. Filter > Artistic > Watercolor 3. Use the Magic Wand and Eraser tools to clean up any unwanted details. 4. Use the Move tool to drag the flower over the heart shape. The Move tool can also be used to reposition and rotate this image. 1. According to Victorian symbolism, the daffodil represents affection for the recipient. 2. Students should write text that represents the symbolism for the flower they have selected for their project. 3. Use the Text tool to create a message for the valentine. Students will use the Options Bar to change fonts and color. 1. The Move tool will be used to pos...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  7.   Pollination Station
...erials: A copy of Billy B's song, "Yo, I'm a Flower", copy of the lyrics to "Yo, I'm a flower, CD player, diagram of a flower with its parts, diagram of pollination process, pictures of bees pollinating flowers, pipe cleaners, and at least two live flowers with prominent stamen, and stigma (such as daffodils). Script: I. Introduction: Ask students if they know what pollination is. A. It is the transfer of pollen from the male part of the flower (stamen) to the female part of the flower (pistil: style and stigma). This results in the fertilization of the plant and later a formation of a seed. How do Bees pollinat...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Plant Pollination
...g microscope * Computers with Internet access (optional but very helpful) * Reference materials: books and encyclopedias Each student will need the following: * One flower from a school garden, a market, or donated from a florist. Good examples include daisies, carnations, lilies, pansies, violets, daffodils, tulips, hibiscus, gladioli, or petunias. Be sure to offer an assortment of flowers so that students can compare different species. * Magnifying glass * One copy of Classroom Activity Sheet: Flower Investigation (see printable version) * Take-Home Activity Sheet: Pollen Counts (pages 1 and 2) (see printable...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Take Away
...the story. Introduce the language that will later be used in recording. "I will tell you how many items the story starts with and how many to take away. You have to find out how many are left." The problem-telling models should include a wide range of situations - alligators to aliens, dinosaurs to daffodils - so that the children begin to understand the broad applicability of the operation. Again, model a variety of language forms. "How many aliens are in the spaceship now?" "Some daffodils are still in the garden. How many?" Allow individual children to dictate story problems for the rest of the class to solve...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  10.   The Amazing Antigravity Stem
...Additional Learning Objective(s): Approximate Duration of the Lesson: Greater than 120 Minutes Materials and Equipment: Straw, cup of water, yarn needle or a large paper clip, plastic wrap, transparent tape, pair of disposable rubber gloves, apron or smock, food dye, clear plastic cup, carnation or daffodil Technology Resources Needed: Computer with word processing software or AlphaSmarts (optional), handheld computer such as a PDA (optional) Background/Preparation: The teacher should review with students the function of the stem of a plant. The stem carries minerals and water from the roots and carries food fro...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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