Lessons for Daffodils

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  • Fields of Daffodils - … New York City started The Daffodil Project. More than 10,000 volunteers planted 1.5 million daffodil bulbs. These bulbs were donated … back of your daffodil. 8. Display your daffodil with others made by classmates to make your own Field of Daffodils. Adult supervision is … your Field of Daffodils at a community center, senior citizens residence, local hospital, or social services agency. Plant daffodil bulbs in your …
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  • The Amazing Antigravity Stem - … , apron or smock, food dye, clear plastic cup, carnation or daffodil Technology Resources Needed: Computer with word processing software or AlphaSmarts … , apron or smock, food dye, clear plastic cup, carnation or daffodil Materials and Equipment:Materials and Equipment: Straw, cup of water … , apron or smock, food dye, clear plastic cup, carnation or daffodil transparent tape, pair of disposable rubber gloves, apron or smock …
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  • Gathering Clues to Solve the Mystery of What Plants Need to Grow - … 4 . l . . . . l l l l 0 . . . . . carnations cotton balls daffodils fertilizer flower bulbs plants seeds, wheat berries stickers sequins vermiculite … , stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds.‘ ** MATERIALS Asparagus Broccoli Celery . Daffodil, wheat stem or other hollow stemmed flower Garbage can . Knife … live and grow.3 MATERIALS Avocado seeds (3) Bulbs: hyacinth, daffodil or narcissus (2) . Plastic cups Potatoes (2) Toothpicks l l …
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  • Carrying Capacity - … been released into Southern Ohio; 15. Golden rice contains a daffodil gene; 16. The demise of the Mayan and Easter Island … have been released into Southern Ohio. Golden rice contains a daffodil gene. The demise of the Mayan and Easter Island cultures … in Ohio. These beetles are often called "carrion" beetles. The daffodil gene causes the rice to produce carotene, which is a … . X 13 X 14 X 15 Golden rice contains a daffodil gene. The demise of the Mayan and Easter Island cultures …
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  • Food, Food, And More Food From Plants! - … trunks of Redwood Trees. Stems can be hollow, as in Daffodils or somewhat solid, as in the tree trunks. Food produced … to compare and contrast the stems. _What Do You Believe? Daffodils and tulips work well for non-edible stems. _Life Before … color, cut and paste in the journal. Bring in tulips, daffodils, or lilies. (You can use plastic flowers but make sure …
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  • Ecology - Reproduction and Heredity - … springtime classic. Pick some daffodils, or buy them at a local market. Look at the shape of the daffodil flower. Using a … parts you can see from the outside. Now, dissect the daffodil. With a very sharp knife or razor blade, carefully cut …
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  • Writing Lyric Poetry - … at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in … then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils. 1804. 3. (a)Discuss the following themes: memory, nature (b … ? + What was the speaker's mood before he saw the daffodils? How do you know? + Find three examples of personification in …
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  • Core Knowledge Makes Math CSAP a Cinch - … the garden growing zinnias, 0.20 of the garden growing daffodils, 0.15 of the garden growing pansies, and 0.25 … this: L The second graph should be similar to this: Daffodils P R Explanation: of the garden grows lilies, of the … % of the garden contains zinnias, 20% of the garden contains daffodils, 15% of the garden grows pansies, and 25% of the …
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  • Take Away - … a wide range of situations - alligators to aliens, dinosaurs to daffodils - so that the children begin to understand the broad applicability … forms. "How many aliens are in the spaceship now?" "Some daffodils are still in the garden. How many?" Allow individual children …
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  • Plant Pollination - … a florist. Good examples include daisies, carnations, lilies, pansies, violets, daffodils, tulips, hibiscus, gladioli, or petunias. Be sure to offer an … of three. Context: Monocots are angiosperms, such as tulips and daffodils, that have flower parts in multiples of three. nectar Definition …
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