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First graders plant tulip gardens. They explore the nature of bulbs and plant growth. Students participate in a project that tracks the growth of tulips in various climatic areas of North America.
Students explore the concept of philanthropy and why people give. They investigate the importance of the tulip to Holland and the tradition of giving flowers away. They begin to explore the life cycle of tulips and dissect a bulb to...
In this artistic instructional activity, students practice unique ways to find the most efficient way to get through a tulip maze. Students defend their choices to each other.
Young scholars identify the elements needed for bulbs to grow. They raise tulips and give them to various members of the community. They identify local philanthropic communities and look for ways they can constructively donate time and...
For this tulips worksheet, students see 4 flowers with adjectives that describe them. Students complete 4 sentences about the flowers, tracing the provided endings.
Students use the blooming of tulips as a tool to measure spring's journey north. They predict when tulips bloom at 13 selected Journey North gardens in various geographic regions.
Middle schoolers examine seasonal changes by watching tulip plant growth across the continent utilizing the Journey North website. They develop hypotheses as to why the plants emerge and grow where they do.