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Sarah Voigt

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Daffodil Observation

First, go outside and find the spot where you planted your daffodil bulb last fall. If you didn't really plant your bulb, go for a walk with your family to find a daffodil in your neighborhood to observe. What do you notice? Is it growing yet? How many leaves does it have? Does it have a bud or a bloom yet? How many petals? What shapes are the leaves and the petals? What colors do you see? Can you find the roots? 1. Now, post your daffodil observations by clicking the add. 2. Select your name. 3. Use the label tools to describe at least 3 things you noticed. 4. Next, use the drawing or photo tools to share a picture of your daffodil. 5. Post your observation by clicking the check.

1st Grade, Science
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