View all Educational Programs

Busy Bees Educational Activity Kit

Busy Bees Educational Activity Kit

Did you know the smallest farm animal plays the greatest role in food production? Your kindergarten and primary students will learn all about bees with this Busy Bees educational activity kit. Through worksheets and activities such as colouring, game playing, storytelling, planting, and baking, your students will learn:

  • about honeybees and their life cycle
  • what pollination is and how plants produce seeds and fruit
  • about beekeeping and how honey is produced
  • about the products and by-products of beekeeping
  • how to make lip balm from honey
  • how to cultivate melliferous plants from seeds to provide pollinating insects with food

This comprehensive kit includes links to science and technology, language, mathematics, and arts curriculum requirements.

For additional learning opportunities and fun, test your students’ new knowledge by participating in the Busy Bees school program at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.

Curriculum Links:

ONTARIO QUEBEC
Junior Kindergarten   Science and Technology  Preschool Competency 1 – To perform sensorimotor actions effectively in different contexts
  Language   Competency 3 – To interact harmoniously with others
  Personal and Social Development Competency 4 – To communicate using the resources of language
      Competency 5 – To construct his/her understanding of the world
Grade 1 Science and Technology – Understanding Life Systems Primary Cycle 1 Science and Technology – To explore the world of science and technology
  Science and Technology – Understanding Earth and Space Systems Primary Cycle 2 Science and Technology, Competency 2 – To make the most of scientific and technological tools, objects, and procedures
Grade 2     Science and Technology – Understanding Life Systems    
Grade 3 Science and Technology – Understanding Life Systems    

Fees:

Download the Busy Bees educational activity kit for free!

Family Google Hangout - Bees
Aired on May 26, 2015

Back to top