Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Why Do We Need Bees? - Section 3: Explore

 

I originally had the students write down 8 reasons, but it seemed too much for them write in a short amount of time, so I cut the new worksheet down to 4.  Four ideas seemed like a more reasonable amount for them to remember and write down especially since they did not have their own copy of the book.  

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Why Do We Need Bees?

Unit 3: Pollination and Seed Dispersal
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT state 4 reasons why we depend on bees and state what might happen if there were no bees.

Big Idea: Bees and pollination are a vital part of life! What would happen if there were no bees? Let's find out and then make a bee food chain.

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