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Mrs. Kenyon

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Daffodil Coloring

We wonder if we can change the color of our spring daffodils? We know that many flowers have a hollow stem which helps bring water to the flower. Try adding color to the water in the vase to see if it will change the color of the flower You will need: a daffodil (or another flower with a hollow stem) food coloring or liquid water color a clear vase or cup water Directions: Find a daffodil add water to the clear vase or cup, about half to 3/4 full add color to the water (the brighter the color, the better the results) Place daffodil in the the colored water and watch what happens! Go to the template and take photo of your experiment after 10 minutes, 5 hours and 24 hours Use the mic to record what you see on each page. Did the color change? Were you surprised? Will you try other flowers? What did you discover? Go to the last page of the template & drawing a picture of what your flower looked like after 24 hours.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, English Language Arts, Science
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