Science Corner: Spring Flower Dissection

Spring is a exceptional time to take a closer look at the structure of a flower. Many of the typical spring blooms, such as lilies, tulips and daffodils, have clearly seen elements, which makes them excellent specimens for your students to study the structure of a flower. One of the best was to do this is through a flower dissection, but how does one perform such a dissection? Step by Step … [Read more...]