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Build a Beehouse (From Recyclable Materials)! Hands-On Environmental STEM
Learn about the importance of bees and become a pollinator protector!
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Why do we need bees? Why do bees need us? Learn about the importance of these powerful pollinators and how you can help them. This class will walk students through the steps of creating a native bee house from recyclable materials (see the list below). Along the way we will discuss the important role bees play in our food and ecosystems. Students will feel empowered as they take action to help these amazing organisms. This class is designed to meet Next Generation Science standards, the...
Students will create a native beehouse to provide a habitat for native bees. Students will discuss the vital role bees play in our ecosystems and agriculture.
My work with bees and other organisms began as a child. Since then my passion for pollinators has led me to teach environmental science as a public school teacher and to homeschool organizations. I have also had the privilege of working with many community organizations including the Girl Scouts, YMCA, STEAM clubs, and more. As a beekeeper, I enjoy sharing my knowledge of Earth's precious pollinators with learners of all ages.
Learners will receive follow-up activities that they can enjoy. These materials include a bee identification journal (for nature walks), and instructions to make a bee house out of recyclable materials.
To build a native bee house students will need the following: *A soup can, milk/juice carton or plastic water bottle (only 1 of these items is needed) *A paper grocery bag *String *Scissors *ruler *tape *pencil *crafting materials of their choice to decorate the bee house
Leaners will be assessed on their contributions to class discussions.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be using scissors and other crafting materials. Parents are encouraged to assist learners as needed.
Danielle KleinCertified Teacher
22 total reviews
20 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Klein. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring students of all ages from grades K-12. My background includes teaching in a traditional brick and mortar school, as well virtually. During my time as a teacher I worked...