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Science & Nature
Nature Club - Honeybees
In this class, we will take a deeper look into the life of a honeybee. We will discuss the honeybee's lifecycle, anatomy, jobs, and of course how they make honey!
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Do you love the sweet taste of honey? Do you ever wonder how it's made? In this one time class, we will take a closer look and the amazing honeybee and discover it's many wonders. We will take a look at: 1. Basic Anatomy of a honey bee 2. How honeybees communicate to each other (be prepared to dance the honeybee dance!) 3. Life cycle of a honey bee 4. The different types of honeybees and their roles as a hive member. 5. The honeybee's role in the environment and how we can help! This...
Learners will gain basic knowledge of the life and role of a honeybee.
As a certified elementary teacher, homeschool mom, and nature enthusiast, I am eager to share my knowledge and passion of the wonderful world around us.
Optional: Learners are encouraged to take a walk and try and find bees! Please take appropriate caution. Keep some distance and don't disturb.
1. WHITE PAPER to draw, sketch, and write on. It can be in the form a single sheet of paper or in a notebook. Unlined is best but not necessary. 2. WRITING TOOL such as a pencil, colored pencils, or crayons.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The learner will be assessed through the art of nature journaling and open sharing time at the end of class.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Learners are encouraged to get out in nature and "hunt" for bees. Please take appropriate caution for your learner.
Joy RCertified Elementary Teacher who is a nature nut!
17 total reviews
24 completed classes
Hello! I am Teacher Joy! I am a certified elementary teacher with over ten years of experience, currently a homeschool mom, and also a nature enthusiast. There is such an amazing world around us and I love teaching kids how to stop and really...