Get a FREE gardening themed Scholastic book for your child (or classroom) when you purchase any Dig.Drop.Done package of bulbs!
- From August 1 – November 30, 2012 (August 1 – October, 30, 2012 in Canada, excluding Quebec), purchase any package of Dig.Drop.Done bulbs in order to qualify.
Complete this REDEMPTION FORM,
cut out the Dig.Drop.Done logo from the package and mail both to Scholastic*:
Dig.Drop.Done Book Offer 557 Broadway, PO Box 711 New York, NY 10013On this form, you will need to provide your contact information and indicate the grade-range of your child (or students) so we can send you an age-appropriate book.
You may see one of these 4 logos on packages of Dig.Drop.Done bulbs
*All entries must be received by November 30, 2012 (U.S.)
or October 30, 2012 (Canada), or while supplies last.
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Planting flower bulbs is not only an easy activity for your child—it can be a fun, educational opportunity too! Help stimulate learning with hands-on planting projects, information about bulbs, garden-related crafts, lesson plans for teachers, and more!
Parents: Your young green thumb will love these fun (and educational) bulb activities.
Allium bulbs are a gardener’s best-kept secret. These extra tall purple flowers have HUGE blossoms growing to a diameter as large as a soccer ball! Your kids will love these!
The holidays are a time of giving and making memories. Children love to get involved and what better time than during the holidays. Let your kids express themselves by planting an Amaryllis bulb in a terra cotta pot that they have decorated themselves!
A great fall planting project is get out in the garden with your kids and plant some tulip bulbs! Each child is different and unique, just like tulips!
Great gardening activities
- Children's Books about Flowers & Gardening (Ages 5-7):
- Help Create a Garden at Your Child’s School
- Secret Gardens: Community gardening helps kids learn from the land
- How Does Your Garden Grow?: We present a bouquet of gardeners' tips and tricks to get everyone in your family in the dirt
- Hands on Gardening and Nature Projects: Get your green thumb dirty with these outdoor experiments and activities
- Great Garden Stone: Beautify your backyard (or someone else's)!
- Do It Yourself: Garden Gremlins: A quick how-to to help add some creativity to your greenery.
Teachers: Hands-on planting is a great way to stimulate learning.
Who needs a garden when you've got Amaryllis? Teach students to plant amaryllis bulbs indoors this winter—they don't even need soil to grow.
If ever there was a flower fit for all ages, it's the daffodil. Teach students how to force daffodils to blossom early by planting indoors this winter.
When spring arrives, your students will have already learned about tulips. Why? Because you helped them plant these beautiful bulbs in the garden last fall. After all, it's as simple as Dig.Drop.Done.
The Dig.Drop.Done Foundation was founded to promote the joy of bulb gardening and ensure its future in North America. This diverse and committed group of companies has devoted its time, knowledge and financial support to educating consumers on the simple, surprising beauty that flowering bulbs bring to our lives. Ready to Learn More? Visit www.digdropdone.com