Thursday, April 9, 2015

Buzzing with Bees! Free Resources and Activities

Now that it's spring it won't be long for those busy bees to be buzzing around. Without honeybees we wouldn't be able to enjoy many of the wonderful fruits we love to eat. Did you know that the wax that bees make is used to make lipsticks, candles, and even medicine? I have put together some great resources about honeybees for you to check out starting with some great Read Aloud books about bees. You can check them out by clicking on the picture below.
Your students may want to read more about Honeybees at National Geographic for Kids. Just click on the picture below to learn interesting facts and photos about Honeybees.
Here is a great website called "Everything about" where you can access lots of information about Honeybees. Just click on the picture below.
Here is another great website where you can find lots of interesting facts and links to several websites. You can check it out by clicking on the picture below.
Last year I uploaded my unit called "Busy Bees" and have finally revised and updated it to include lots more reading and writing activities. Students will not only learn about honeybees and the jobs they do but also about Beekeepers, read fact cards, sort the different jobs that the Queen, drones, and worker bees do and write an insect report. You can check it out by clicking on the picture below and read the complete description and see sample pages of all the materials and activities by downloading the Preview file. 
Here is a freebie just for you. Students will make compound words from words related to the theme of "Bees." Then they will write their words and use four in sentences. Just click on the picture below to download your free packet. Hope you will leave feedback.
Hope you will check out my Pinterest Boards and follow. Just click HERE. If you home school your children I have added this one below. I also have one just for Spring.

Hope spring is around the corner and watch out for those Busy Bees! Thanks for all you do to make a difference for your students.

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3 comments:

  1. i always love teaching about bees!

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  2. Thank you for linking up Arlene, this is adorable!
    Please visit TBA tomorrow, you're my featured blogger!
    Fern :)

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