This is a fun Science Experiment to supplement your insect, bug, bee and/or plant unit. Students will use their bee finger puppets to fly over to the flower that contains "pollen" (Cheetos). When the student touch the Cheetos, the dust clings to their fingers (the bees' legs) and then they fly to the next flower to pollinate it. When they land their bee puppets on the next flower, the "pollen" comes off. This is a GREAT visual for young students!!! This pack comes with lesson, bee puppets, flowers and response sheet.
This is such an adorable and hands-on way to teach pollination! I saw this on a blog (maybe yours?) a long time ago and was dying to do it. I'm SO glad I got to download it from your store, and I can't WAIT to use it next year!
Love it! My kids really enjoyed this for our science rocks activity on Friday!
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April 29, 2013
My first graders loved this activity!
April 29, 2013
LOVE IT!! So much fun!
April 27, 2013
This is a GREAT visualization of how pollination works. My little people are still talking about this! We saw bees outside at recess the other day and one of my kiddos was explaining how the bee must be pollinating flowers...LOVE it!!
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I just purchased your packet on pollination after viewing it on your blog. I absolutely love it!!! Is there a way to get the graphic organizer that you have on your blog that has "My bag on Cheetos represents", etc... Thanks so much!!! Jana Silvestro