This is an interactive way for students to learn about different animals and things in nature that help plants pollinate. This can be used as an introduction to a study on plants or pollination. Similar to the game HEADBANDS, students have a mystery pollinator on their back and they are trying to ask yes or no questions to figure out the answer. This is great for student discourse and movement in the classroom. To differentiate among students, you can choose the level of difficulty for the student ranging from the honeybee to more challenging pollinators like the wind. Some setup is involved to prepare the cards, I made mine into necklaces for easy use. The learning objective for this activity is to describe what pollinators do for plants and what types of things in nature are examples of pollinators. Activity includes lesson plan, student capture sheet, and pollinator cards.