HONEYBEE’S DICTIONARY 2, Volume 12
Honey bee information aligned with Common Core Standards and the curriculum!
This dictionary consists of approximately 80 pages with full-color illustrations. It’s an educational book for elementary and middle schools students
(ages 8 to 12) and focuses on honeybee terminology that students would need at primary school level. It includes honeybee words from A-Z, meanings and extra information
. The purpose of the dictionary is to have the information readily available in alphabetical order
for parents, teachers and students to do a project on honeybees.
Volumes 1 to 4 of the HONEYBEE SERIES
include the most important facts and information about honeybees which students will need from Kindergarten to Year 3.
Volumes 5 to 11 focus on specific concepts such as rhyme, counting from 1 to 20, weekdays, sequence of events, analogue time in hours, high frequency words, opposites procedure text, segmenting and blending, etc.
TERMINOLOGY IN HONEYBEE'S DICTIONARY VOLUME 12
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
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