Book: Children's books - Honeybee's Dictionary 2 Volume 12 ... words A-Z & meanings (Honeybee Series) by Jeanette Vuuren
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Jeanette Vuurenabout this book: HONEYBEE'S DICTIONARY 2, VOLUME 12
TEACHERS and STUDENTS - a valuable CURRICULUM ALIGNED RESOURCE about HONEY BEES - AGES 9-12!
This honey bee reference book targets average to advanced readers for elementary and middle school students (ages 9-12).
Compared to volume 11, Volume 12 includes the same terminology from a to z, but with a more detailed description of each word.
All the facts that elementary & middle school students would need to do a project on honeybees are provided in this dictionary.
Each word is explained with clear sentences - making use of the correct terminology - and colorful pictures illustrated by Sudipta Dasgupta (Steve).
A FACTUAL REFERENCE BOOK ABOUT HONEY BEES FOR DISCUSSIONS, PROJECTS & ACTIVITIES!
The information included in this Honeybee Series is factual and covers the curriculum and common core standards as required for the target group.
The detailed information about honeybee terminology depicted in this dictionary, can be used as a valuable resource during class activities such as group discussions, quizzes, dictionary skills, writing tasks, projects or other assignments related to honeybees.
COLORFUL PICTURES, EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND DESCRIPTIONS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER!
Each page contains a honeybee related word at the top, a picture and clear description of the word, as well as the alphabet at the bottom of the page with the initial letter of the specific word highlighted in red.
A word list and references are included at the end of the book as a quick reference to doing further research.
TERMINOLOGY IN HONEYBEE'S DICTIONARY 2 - VOLUME 12 - JEANETTE VUUREN:
abdomen, adult bee, antenna, antennae, anther, apiary, bee, beebread, bee-keeper, brood, cell, chores, classification, cocoon, colony, comb, communication, compound eyes, dance, drone, egg, exoskeleton, female, field workers, flowers, food, forage, gender, guards, head, hexagonal cells, hive, honey, honey sac, insect, invertebrate, jaws, jelly, jobs, bee-keeper, kilometres, larva, larvae, legs, life cycle, male, mandibles, man-made, metamorphosis, nectar, nymph, ocelli, ocellus, pheromones, pollen, pollen baskets, pollination, proboscis, propolis, pupa, pupae, queen, royal jelly, simple eyes, spiracles, stamen, stinger, stomach, swarming, thorax, tongue, undertakers, vertebrates, violet, wax, wings, worker bees, thorax, yellow, yummy, buzz
ABOUT THE BOOKS IN THE HONEYBEE SERIES:
CONCEPTS - PROCEDURE TEXT, ANALOGUE TIME, RHYMING, DAYS OF THE WEEK, ETC.:
Volumes 1 to 4 of the Honeybee Series includes the most important information & facts about honeybees.
The other books in the Series (volumes 5 to 10) concentrate on specific information about honeybees provided in volumes 1 to 4, while at the same time focusing on two or more concepts such as rhyming, counting, number names & symbols from 1 to 20, weekdays, colors, sequence of events, analogue time in hours, high frequency words, opposites, past and present tense, procedure text, etc.
Volumes 11 & 12 (Dictionary 1 & 2) explain the meaning of honeybee words in alphabetical order with beautifully illustrated, full-color pictures and include concepts such as phonics, segmenting, blending and dictionary skills.
Each book in the series includes clear, colorful pictures which has been perfected by the illustrator, Sudipta Dasgupta (Steve), resembling specific characteristics for each type of bee, at the same time including the important features of honeybees.
The covers for all the books look similar since they are part of a series, hoping to attract the readers' attention to the other books in the series.
EDUCATIONAL BOOKS ALIGNED WITH CURRICULUM & COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
As an experienced teacher, working with students who has difficulty reading and comprehending information, inspired me to write non-fictional, educational books, planned across the curriculum. My goal is to include the relevant concepts for the target group, incorporating common core standards while presenting the information in an interestingly way.
WORKSHEETS & ACTIVITIES ALIGNED WITH COMMON CORE STANDARDS ON TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS:
The Honeybee Series includes teaching resources related to the books available on Teachers Pay Teachers and will expand to include resources for students up to age 12.
Visit http://clevermindseries.com to access these teaching resources.
HONEY BEE FLASH CARD FOR PRESCHOOL, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS - SOON!
Flash cards that include all the pictures, with words and labels related to the information provided in the first four volumes, are helpful resources for teachers and students to recollect the important information about honeybees and to use during discussion, writing tasks and other activities.
Teachers and students - GRAB A COPY OF THIS BOOK to quickly and easily access important honey bee information and fun facts!
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