Book: Honeybee's Life Cycle Volume 2 - From an egg to an adult bee by Jeanette Vuuren
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Jeanette Vuurenabout this book: PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS & STUDENTS - GREAT TEACHING RESOURCES ON HONEY BEES!!
LIFE CYCLE OF A HONEYBEE – FROM AN EGG TO AN ADULT BEE
HONEYBEE'S LIFE CYCLE, Volume 2 is part of the first four volumes in the Honeybee Series which gives valuable information about honey bees targeted for readers 5 to 7 and slightly older students, as well as readers who speak English as an additional language.
In volume 2, Honeybee, a little female worker bee, explains the metamorphosis of a honeybee, focusing on the main features and characteristics of each stage.
The repetitive use of terminology and information given in the book through the use of words in bold, sentences, labels and diagrams, will assist readers to name each phase in the correct order and reinforce their memory, either through incidental reading or intentional learning.
CLEAR DIAGRAMS, LABELS & COLORFUL PICTURES
The book starts off with a diagram of the life cycle of a honeybee, showing only pictures and arrows, including the one with labels at the end of the book.
Each phase is explained clearly with the use of colorful pictures, easy-to-understand sentences and the correct use of terminology at all times.
A diagram is included to show how long it takes for each type of bee (queen, drone, worker bee) in the hive to be fully developed from an egg to an adult bee.
The delightful pictures illustrated by Sudipta Dasgupta (Steve) will definitely appeal to young readers!
METAMORPHOSIS OR LIFE CYCLE OF A HONEY BEE - EGG, LARVA, NYMPH, PUPA, ADULT BEE
After reading Honeybee's Life Cycle, readers will understand how bees start off as little eggs and gradually develop to eventually mature as adult bees.
TERMINOLOGY USED IN HONEYBEE'S LIFE CYCLE VOLUME 2;
queen bee, drone bee, worker bee, brood, life cycle, egg, hatch, larva, eat, pollen, nectar, beebread, shed, nymph, big, turn, vertically, cell, stop, eating, pupa, sleep, changes, grow, wings, eyes, legs, adult bee, chew, emerge, grow, mature, develop
INFORMATION SERIES – HONEYBEE SERIES VOLUMES 1 TO 4 & FLASH CARDS
Be sure to read the first four volumes of the Honeybee Series to learn the most important facts about honey bees.
Also see HONEYBEE'S FLASH CARDS VOLUMES 13, 14, 15, 16 which includes big pictures, headings and labels about all the information given in volumes 1 to 4.
HONEYBEE DICTIONARIES (VOLUME 11 FOR AGES 5-8 AND VOLUME 12 FOR AGES 9-12)
If you ever need to do an assignment/ project on honey bees, Honeybees Dictionary 1 Volume 11 for ages 5 to 8, and Honeybee's Dictionary 2 Volume 12 for ages 9 to 12 will certainly provide you with all the necessary information needed at primary school level!
TEACHING RESOURCES ALIGNED TO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ON TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS OR SELLFY
Visit the website Clever Mind Series http://bit.ly/1pyun0B to find FLASH CARDS and worksheet activities aligned to Common Core State Standards available on TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS and SELLFY.
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