Facts about bees for kindergarten

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facts about bees for kindergarten

In the Trees, Honey Bees by Lori Mortensen

This could work with a family storytime where I only read the short (larger) sentences targeting the preschoolers and just select some of the information from the more in depth paragraph for older children. To keep it interesting for the younger readers we can make bee sounds and fly like a bee.

Possible craft: Use bubble wrap squares as a paint stamp to create honeycomb and glue bee body pieces together on top. Think process, not product. Pre-cut a number of the bee bodies for younger, but resist the urge to pre-print honeycombs as that is an important part of the process.
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Why do we Need Bees?

10 Facts About Honey Bees!

Calling all budding — or should we say buzz -ing — young naturalists! This means that they help other plants grow! Bees transfer pollen between the male and female parts, allowing plants to grow seeds and fruit. Honey bees live in hives or colonies. The members of the hive are divided into three types:. Queen : One queen runs the whole hive. The queen also produces chemicals that guide the behaviour of the other bees.

A bee buzzing around newly opened flowers is a sure sign that spring has arrived. Did you know there are more than types of bee in the UK? Bumblebees are fat and fuzzy. They live in nests with up to other bees. These nests could be in hidey holes in the ground, under garden sheds, in tree holes, or even in bird boxes! Honey bees are slimmer and look more like wasps. Some of the common types have names that tell us where they like to live.

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Alliteration Hyperbole Metaphor Irony. View all reading worksheets., There are about 20, different species of bees in the world. Bees live in colonies that contain the queen bee, the worker bee and the drone.

What they look like: Honey bee is a widely distributed flying insect know for its ability to collect nectar from flowers and produce honey. Honey bees right are mustard yellow and brown. They have stocky bodies that are covered with many hairs to which pollen adheres. Where they live: The most commonly recognized honey bee species, Apis mellifera , is native to Africa and Europe. Honey bees are not native to the Americas but were introduced by European settlers. The first introductions are believed to have occurred in the early to mid s by English and Spanish settlers. What they eat: Honey bees harvest nectar and pollen from flowering plants.


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