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Bees – The Masters of Pollination!

Bugs On Wheels: The Buzz About Bees uncovers the fascinating world of bees, highlighting their importance to pollination and the foods we eat every day!

Investigate how the bee has adapted to become a supreme pollinator, through examination of the honey bee’s unique anatomy, complex colony structure, and creative methods of communication.

Ask A Question Or Book This Program!

Study the inner workings of a bee hive, as this presentation explores the highly specialized roles bees perform, how they make honey, and how they raise their young. Finally, delve into the basics of beekeeping, while learning about the beneficial products bees provide.

Have you ever wondered why a honeycomb has six sides? Or how many bees it takes to create one pound of honey? Book this program, and discover the buzz about bees!

Booking The Buzz About Bees? Pair with other programs in an Outreach Package!
Complement your study of nature with a Wildlife On Wheels program and a presentation of Docents To Go: Oceans in the Animal Adaptations package!

Presentation-Specific TEKS Curriculum Included In Every Program Booked!

Download TEKS-based curriculum for The Buzz About Bees at the links below.

These documents include specific TEKS correlations, activities to prepare your class for the outreach presentation, vocabulary covered in the presentation, and activities to reinforce what students have learned.

Grades K – 2
Grades 3 – 5
Middle School

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