MOBI Cindy Blobaum Æ Æ Explore Honey Bees! PDF/EPUB Ê Explore Honey PDF \

What did you have for breakfast this morning? Toast cereal juice and fruit? Thank the honey bees About one out of every three mouthfuls we eat is affected by honey bee pollination In Explore Honey Bees With 25 Great Projects young readers learn about honey bee colonies why honey bees live in hives how honey bees communicate with each other and why they are so important to human livesColony collapse disorder first appeared in 2006 and since then beekeepers have seen disappearances of 30 to 90 percent of their bee colonies each year Readers learn about possible reasons behind and solutions to this growing global problem Explore Honey Bees offers a glimpse into a miniature world familiar to children Activities include designing a hive and making a model of a flower’s reproductive system reinforcing the math and science skills readers gain from the text Fun facts and colorful illustrations make learning fun and exciting Links to online primary sources integrate a digital learning experience and offer opportunities to delve deeper into the world of honey beesThis title meets Common Core State Standards in language arts science and technology; Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measurements indicate grade level and text complexity


10 thoughts on “Explore Honey Bees!

  1. says:

    Lookout I was charmed by the little bees drawn all over the book If I had kids I might do some of these activities


  2. says:

    Spoiler Alert Bees are much smarter than humans but to find out why you will have to read this book This was really interesting and informative and packed with hands on learning activities I would not pressure a child to do all 25 activities I am an adult contemplating one Okay maybe than one Now I want to draw honey bees find local honey and pay attention to bees What a great book for kids and an awesome refresher for adults


  3. says:

    Honey Bees—InformationalWhat a great book Not only is Cindy Blobaum’s book illustrated by Brian Stone interesting it is colourful engaging and the best part about it is that it has lots of great projects that you can do with kids These projects range from simple games four younger children to activities involving mathematics science and even complete experiments which reuire students to create different shapes using paper to find out which is strongest This book touches on environmental concerns ecological impact increases scientific vocabulary history and reuires critical thinking and does it all without ever letting on that you are learning It is all so fun and if I were a science teacher it is exactly the way I would love to run my classroom—with hands on learning Definitely a book worth reading for any educator or parent