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"This is completely AMAZING!!! An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! Click on the links to find activities."

I have no Columbines in my garden right now and I don't know why - they are romantic and beautiful. Aquilegia caerulea “Rocky Mountain Columbine”

Aquilegia chrysantha ‘Flore Pleno’, double Aquilegia chrysantha blooms - with 8-10 vermilion spurs! Since it’s a chrysantha, it will bloom until mid-Summer. Grows 2’ – 3’ tall & 2’ wide. Reseeds, Shade/Pt. Sun to Brt. Shade . Zones 3-10

Columbine, Lime Sorbet lifecycle: Perennial  Zone: 3-8  Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun  Height: 30-36  inches Spread: 12-18  inches Uses: Borders, Cut Flowers  Bloom Season: Spring, Summer 

~~Four Sisters ~ Columbine (Aquilegia caerules) by Adam Schallau~~

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Exit Slips using Bloom's Taxonomy

This set of 30 exit slips helps facilitate higher order thinking and thoughtful written response after students have reflected on a lesson or topic. Using these slips will help you collect formative assessments on your students throughout the school year and provide insight on how your students relate to what they learn each day!

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Aquilegia caerulea ‘Krystal’, large flowers for a Columbine. Along with A. chrysantha, it’s also the longest blooming – until mid-Summer. Cut back to a few inches tall when it’s done & it very often blooms again in Fall. Healthy, long-lived & fragrant. To 3’ x 2’. Rich soil is best. Zones 3-10

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