Teacher Marah worked with groups of children and we walked through what the parts of a daffodil look like. We talked about how many petals there were, about the "circle" or "oval" part in the middle and how it had "ruffles" and "tiny circles" around the edge.
We then drew our daffodils by each detail with teacher Marah. We drew the petals. They were shaped like "long circles", "ovals", "eggs," "circles with pointy edges". We then drew the long stems and talked about the long leaves and how we would draw them so that we could paint them in. (No one-line stems or leaves).
On the next school day, we worked on painting our daffodils with water colors. We had asked them what colors we would need to paint them. We had green, yellow and orange. We worked on looking at the individual daffodils in the bouquets again and then used the colors to paint them.