Science & Nature
Mason Bees: The Master Pollinators
In this one time class, students will learn all about why Mason bees are so important, and that they don't sting!
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Come one and all and find out the basis of our entire survival, and that is bees! Not any bee either, but ones that will not threaten you with a terrible sting. Mason bees are the master pollinators of our planet, and they don't sting or bite. Come and see not only what these bees look like, but what they do. I have Mason bee cocoons that I can share with you, and some live bees as well. Learn all that you need to know to raise these bees easily yourself in order to help grow your...
Students will learn how to care for mason bees, and why it is that they are important.
I have two Mason bee boxes, and have cared for them for over five years. I learned about them through 4-H, and have taught my 4-H club about them, a co-op class, and even held one Mason bee class for adults.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Life Long Learner
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248 total reviews
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Hello and Good Day! My name is Teacher Leiloni and I am a life long learner. This means that I love to learn new things. I have my bachelors in Education which helps me to teach my own children as well as others. I have a certificate in...