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Perfect Plants and Precious Pollinators

For Teachers 2nd - 5th Standards
Did you know that almost one-third of all plants consumed by humans are dependent on insect pollination? Find out what the "buzz" is all about and share this knowledge with your bright-eyed and bushy-tailed students. Spring into plant...
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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 lesson 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 research into bee...
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Why Do Honeybees Love Hexagons?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Float like a butterfly, think like a bee! Build a huge hive, hexagonally! Find out the reason that hexagons are the most efficient storage shape for the honeybees' honeycombs. This neat little video would be a sweet addition to your life...
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2017 AP® Biology Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
With AP Biology remaining the most popular AP science exam, many teachers need help preparing. The College Board offers the actual free-response questions from the 2017 test covering pollination, germination, and more. Scholars learn the...
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Why Protect Pollinators?

For Teachers 6th - 10th Standards
Would you rather having biting flies or chocolate? The question may seem absurd, but cocoa trees rely on pollination from biting flies. Viewers come to understand the importance of pollinators to our food supply, flowers, and entire...
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Did You Know Honey is Really Bee Puke?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Despite the title, here is a video that makes honey even sweeter! Biology scholars journey inside a beehive with a fascinating video from the American Chemical Society's Reactions playlist. Pupils learn about the social structure of a...
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Insect Adventure, Part 2

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Scholars look forward to using the pooter, otherwise known as an aspirator, to collect insects. The video demonstrates how to collect bugs in mesh nets, canvas nets, and in pooters to better study them. The second installment of a...
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The Death Of Bees Explained—Parasites, Poison and Humans

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Maybe instead of humans dying off from a war, they will die as a result of a lack of food. The video discusses this possibility and why it is becoming more likely. It explains the importance of bees and the many different ways humans...
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This Vibrating Bumblebee Unlocks a Flower's Hidden Treasure

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Some plants lock their pollen up until feeling the correct password. The video explains buzz pollination and how it differs from the pollination of other types of flowering plants. It lists multiple plants that require it and...
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Wasp Nests and Bee Hives

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
It turns out that wasps and bees have a lot more in common that the word ouch! Junior entomologists explore the similarities and differences between flying, stinging insects with the 136th installment in a 143-part series of science...
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This Is Not A Bee

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Is it a bee or not a bee? That seems to be the question of a video lesson that explains how insects such as flies and moths mimic the coloring of bees. The narrator discusses the purpose of the coloring in association to predators.
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Agents of Pollination

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Honeybees perform more pollination than any other insect, but pollination can occur by the wind, self-pollination, or cross-pollination. The fourth lesson in a 10-part series encourages scholars to investigate the adaptation of various...
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Bees: The Invaluable Master Pollinators

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
There is nothing in the world quite like a bee. Here is a video that explains the importance of bees to pollination. Scholars consider possible solutions to the declining population of bees in the ninth and final installment in the series.
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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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Why Are The Bees Dying?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Honeybees fly at 15 miles per hour — not bad for such a small animal! These speedy llittle creatures are the subject of a video that shows viewers how honeybees are incredibly important in the pollination world. The narrator explains...
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Hard Times for Honeybees

For Students 4th Standards
Hone reading comprehension skills and address important topics in the news today in one language arts activity. As young beekeepers read about the decrease in bee populations, they answer questions that have them making predictions about...
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How Bees Can See the Invisible

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
What do bees use to get rid of tangles? A honey-comb! The video focuses on how bees instinctively find flowers — their eyes view the world differently than ours. They also seem to be guided by electric charges because the bees have a...
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For Teachers 5th Standards
There might not be a butcher or baker, but you'll have a class full of candlestick makers after a hands-on instructional activity about candles make from beeswax. After a brief history of where beeswax comes from, young artisans craft...
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Biodiversity—Bee Week

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
If you want scholars to fall in love with bees, this is the unit for you! Celebrate bees with a full week of material—designed for the Next Generation Science Standards—that addresses the importance of pollination and fertilization....
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The Bee

For Students 3rd - 4th Standards
See what all the buzz is about with a reading comprehension activity! Third and fourth graders read a short informational passage about bees before answering four questions about what they have learned.
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Test Your Science Knowledge!

For Teachers 1st - 4th Standards
Challenge the knowledge of your young scientists with this colelction of online quizzes based on the Magic School Bus series. Covering a wide range of topics from insects to outer space, this resource is a quick and easy way to assess...
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Did You Hear the Buzz?

For Students K - 2nd Standards
Be the bee's knees with a fun math learning exercise. Each word problem is all about bees, and after writing down each number in an addition problem, write the answer on the final space.
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My Mini Book About …

For Teachers 1st - 3rd Standards
This is one of several printable pages on which little life scientists can write out their research on an assigned animal. The highlighted page is for alligator research, but several other animal pages are included as other materials....
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Trouble in the Hive: Researching the Decimation of Honeybee Colonies

For Teachers 8th - 12th Standards
Teach your class about colony collapse disorder and foster discussion about causes and solutions for the honeybee problem. Class members read and discuss an article and participate in one of two detailed activities about pollination and...