Book: Children's books - Honeybee's Family & Home, Volume1 - Honey bee facts - Family, home, gender, food & communication (Honeybee Series) by Jeanette Vuurencategories: Book, Honey Bees, Facts, Non-Fiction, Learning Book, Teachers, Kids, Students, Second Language, Additional Language, Information, Curriculum, Children's Book
Jeanette Vuurenabout this book: FUN FACTS ABOUT HONEY BEES FOR KIDS ALIGNED WITH THE CURRICULUM
Honeybee is a friendly little female worker bee who talks throughout most of the kids' learning books in the Honeybee Series. She explains and describes the curriculum aligned information and fun facts about honeybees in a fun way. Once readers have read one of Honeybee's books, they will feel a connection to her which will evoke curiosity and encourage them to read her other books!
HONEY FACTS - FAMILY, HOME, GENDER, FOOD & COMMUNICATION
In Honeybee's Family & Home Volume 1, Honeybee explains the role of each kind of bee in the hive and their gender, following with the different places bees prefer as their home, the features of the inside of a honeybee's hive, as well as the purpose of the different parts.
The little bee then tells how and where honeybees find their food, what they use to make honey, beebread and royal jelly, as well as what food they eat during each phase in their life cycle.
The book also includes information about the different ways bees communicate to either alert the other bees in the colony when in danger or to indicated where to find food resources.
HONEY BEE WORD LISTS & REFERENCES
Readers will not only enjoy reading the books in the Honeybee Series, but should find them to be valuable resources that provide factual information, including a honey bee word list and references at the back of each book.
EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND SENTENCES USING CORRECT VOCABULARY
The sentences and layout of the books are presented in such a way to ensure readers learn the important facts about honeybees in easy-to-understand sentences, but still learning the correct vocabulary at all times. The books are short enough to be read in one sitting, hence the reason for including the word lists at the back.
AIMED FOR KINDERGARTEN & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS & FOR STUDENTS WITH ENGLISH AS AN SECOND or ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
Although the books aim for readers ages 3 to 7, as well as young readers who speak English as an additional or second language, students up to the ages of 10 and 11 enjoy reading them, since they provide valuable facts about honeybees.
LEARNING BOOKS FOR KIDS ABOUT HONEY BEE WITH COLORFUL PICTURES
Each honey bee learning book includes clear, colorful pictures which has been perfected by the illustrator, Sudipta Dasgupta (Steve), resembling specific characteristics for each kind of bee, at the same time including the important features of honeybees.
VOCABULARY IN HONEYBEE'S FAMILY & HOME VOLUME 1;
hive, comb, colony, hexagonal cells, tree, tree trunk, wooden box, hollow places, gender, male, female, pollination, transfer, forage, queen bee, drone bee, worker bee, communication, round dance, waggle dance, honeycomb, pheromones, antennae, flowers, receptors, pollen, nectar, honey, royal jelly, beebread, egg, larva, nymph, pupa, brood, adult bee.
OTHER LEARNING BOOKS IN THE HONEYBEE SERIES FOR KIDS - PRESCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN, ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Volumes 1 to 4 of the Honeybee Series include the most important information & fun 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, week days, colors, sequence of events, analogue time in hours, high frequency words, opposites, past and present tense, procedure text, etc.
DICTIONARY 1 & 2 - REFERENCE RESOURCES ABOUT HONEYBEES (Kids ages 3-12 years)
Volumes 11 & 12 (Dictionary 1 & 2) explain the meaning of honeybee words in alphabetical order with beautifully illustrated, full-color pictures. Volume 11 includes concepts such as phonics, segmenting, blending and dictionary skills targeted for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school students. Volume 12 serves as a dictionary as well as an excellent reference resource about honey bees for elementary and middle school students to use for class discussions, worksheet activities or to do a project on honey bees.
HONEY BEE TEACHING RESOURCE ON TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS - PDF, eBooks, WORKSHEETS, ACTIVITIES, KIDS VIDEOS, FLASH CARDS
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.
The 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 use during discussion, writing tasks and other activities.
Visit http://clevermindseries.com to access these teaching resources.
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