Published on November 11, 2019
1. BEES #BeAMaker
2. MAKE IT AS YOU LEARN IT: BEE PUPPET! #BeAMaker
3. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED: PAPER ROLL YELLOW PAPER WHITE OR BLACK PAPER SCISSORS TAPE GLUE BLACK PEN *BLACK CHENILLE STEMS *EYES *HEART TEMPLATE *CAN BE FOUND IN HANDY DANDY CRAFT BOX & TEMPLATE RESOURCE#BeAMaker
4. WHAT ARE BEES? Bees are insects that have five eyes and six legs. They live in large numbers called colonies in beehives. they use pollen & nectar from flowers to produce honey. #BeAMaker Did You Know? A beehive normally has over 50,000 bees.
5. #BeAMaker TYPES OF BEES QUEEN BEE DRONE BEE Worker Bee
6. #BeAMaker QUEEN BEES One queen runs the whole hive. The Queen lays the eggs that will produce more bees. She guides the behaviour of the other bees.
7. Worker Bees The worker bees are responsible providing food and protection for the beehive. These bees are also female bees but unlike the queen bee they are unable to reproduce. #BeAMaker
8. #BeAMaker DRONE BEES Drone bees are the only male bees in the beehive. They don’t collect pollen & nectar but are responsible for mating with the queen bees to produce more bees. These bees don’t even sting!
9. #BeAMaker LET’S BEE LEARNERS! One honey bee visits 50 to 100 flowers during a collection trip. Honey bees must gather nectar from two million flowers to make one pound of honey. Honey bees communicate with one another by dancing FUn Facts
10. #BeAMaker BEES & FLOWERS
11. MAKE IT AS YOU LEARN IT: CARNATION FLOWER! #BeAMaker
12. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED: TISSUE PAPER SCISSORS PENCIL RULER PAPER CLIP *CHENILLE STEM *CAN BE FOUND IN HANDY DANDY CRAFT BOX #BeAMaker
13. BEES & FLOWERS Bees and flowers work together and help each other. Flowers provide bees with nectar and pollen. Bees help flowers reproduce, by spreading pollen from flower to flower in a process called pollination. #BeAMaker
14. #BeAMaker READING LIST Honeybee's Busy Day By Richard fowler Bee: A Peek-Through Picture Book By Britta Teckentrup The Beeman By Laurie Krebs
15. #BeAMaker FIELD TRIP IDEAS ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS LOCATED IN PORT-OF-SPAIN, IT IS ONE OF THE OLDEST GARDENS IN THE CARIBBEAN (EST. IN 1818) MEANT FOR CONSERVATION, EDUCATION & RESEARCH.