"Let's get the crayons and draw them!" Molly suggested. She took a look at the flowers and saw she needed four colors: red, yellow, black, and green. Once she had her materials ready, she got to work!
Many of our friends were inspired by Molly's idea and decided to sketch the tulips as well.
This activity involved some risk taking on our friends' part. Many kids felt the pressure that comes with drawing something "real". They were cautious about giving this a try, worried that their final product might not come out looking like the actual flower. At the end of free choice, each child shared their drawing at meeting.