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Darwin Inspired Learning: Ages 11-14

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Inspire young scientists to investigate the natural world, promote an understanding and excitement about how the environment works and how we affect it with four unit modules. Scholars investigate Darwin’s research into bees, consider...
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Darwin’s Bees

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
What do you call a bee born in May? A maybe! This first instructional activity in a series of four begins with a starter activity to get scholars thinking about the topic. Then a circus, or circuit of seven activities, show Darwin's...
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The Double-Crossing Ants to Whom Friendship Means Nothing

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
I'll scratch your back, if you'll scratch mine—unless someone else comes along that is a better scratcher! Examine the fickle nature of rainforest insects using a captivating video. The narrator describes the mutualistic relationship...
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Like Fruit? Thank a Bee!

For Students K - 5th Standards
Bees play a crucial role in pollination. In fact, without bees, a lot of fruits and vegetables would not exist if it weren't for bees. Watch a video that explains and demonstrates how bees pollinate plants.
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How Plants Attract Bodyguards

For Students 9th - 12th
Why would non-flowering leaves produce nectar? Plants adapted behaviors to recruit insects in order to protect themselves. Caterpillars might want to eat the tasty leaves, but not if ants attack them first. When caterpillars start eating...
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How Do Bees Make Honey?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
A queen bee may lay between 600-1,500 eggs per day during her three to four year reign. This fact and many others are contained in a video that shows scholars how bees turn nectar from flowers into honey, traveling thousands of miles to...
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Insect Anatomy

For Teachers 4th - 5th Standards
Young entomologists discover insect anatomy in a very detailed unit plan. Offering background information for teachers about various insects, class members explore the differences between bugs and insects—and yes, there are many...
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Beneficial Insects

For Students 4th - 5th Standards
A lot of people think of insects as pests. But actually, some insects are beneficial because they get rid of pests! After learning about beneficial insects, class members research given insects to find out if they are pests or predators.
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The Buzz About Honey

For Students 2nd Standards
What's the buzz these days? Learn some fun and interesting facts about honeybees with an informational reading passage, including the steps for successful pollination and honey creation.
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Earth's Heavenly Treasures: Hummingbirds

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Young ornithologists watch an informative video and use the Internet to gather data about the life, size, habitat, and migration of hummingbirds. The interdisciplinary lesson includes activities that target art, science, math, and...
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Plant Pollution

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students study the different parts of a flower and their functions.  In this pollination lesson students study a flower under a microscope. 
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Banksia as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify and explain what bush tucker is, listing some examples. Then, they read the introduction web page about the banksia and find out after who the banksia is named. Students also write an essay bout the banksia, where it...
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Pollination

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students investigate pollination. In this plant biology lesson, students study a diagram of the reproductive parts of the flower and dissect and identify the parts of a real flower.
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Pollination-Plants and Flowers Lesson Plan

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students study the reproductive parts and pollination for a flower. For this pollination lesson plan, students dissect flowers to perform an investigation. Students also use tube socks to show how pollination works. A diagram is included.
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Math Word Problems

For Students 6th - 7th
For this word problems worksheet, students solve and complete 7 different word problems. First, they determine how long it takes a worker bee to complete a trip from her colony to a pollen and nectar source. Then, students find the...
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From Flower to Fruit: Microviewer

For Students 6th - 7th
In this From Flower to Fruit worksheet, students define several terms as it relates to flower development and the parts. Students describe the process used by bees for pollination of flowers.
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Nasturtium as a herb

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify what herbs are and list examples of some. Then, they discuss what insects do when they land on flowers and why botanists gave them the Scientific name of nasturtium. Students also draw nasturtiums and write a short...
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Taaruk as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify and describe what a bush tucker is, listing examples of them. Then, they read an introduction web page about the taaruk and draw a picture of one using the web page. Students also write a short essay about taaruk,...
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Blue bells as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify and describe what a bush tucker is and where one can locate these. Then, they read the introduction web page about the blue bells and draw them as seen on the web site. Students also obtain a small plant in a pot from...
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Grass Tree or Balga (Blackboy) as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Young scholars identify and describe what a bush tucker is, listing some examples. Then, they read the introduction web page about the grass tree and draw grass tree leaves, flowers or the tree itself as seen on the web site. Students...
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Tassel bush as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify and explain what a bush tucker is, listing some examples. Then, they read the introduction web page about the tassel bush and draw a tassel bush as seen on the web site. Students also write an essay about the tassel...
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Cadgeegurrup as bush tucker

For Teachers K - 8th
Students identify and interpret what bush tucker is and list some examples of it. Then, they read the introduction web page about cadgeegurrup and what insects do when they land on these flowers. Students also write an essay about...
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BATS: NEED NECTAR, WILL TRAVEL

For Teachers 6th - 10th
Students play the role of nectar feeding bats on their annual migration and try to avoid the different hazards that hinder their progress. They describe the annual migration of long-nosed bats including key elements such as: where the...
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What Bees Eat

For Teachers K - 3rd
Students consider the concept that plants and animals are dependent on one another and role-play the interaction between bees and flowers. They identify crops that are dependent on pollination by bees.