Not All Those Pollinators are Bees!!!

Unit 8: Unit 8 - Rain Forest
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT learn about other types of pollinators.

Big Idea: Many children have preconceived ideas that bees are the only pollinators in nature. This lesson offers students a fun way to learn about other animals that can be pollinators in nature.

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Science, Photosynthesis, ecosystem, Predation, rainforest, soil
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