The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing

The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
The BUZZ About Bees Informational Writing
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This product provides students with an opportunity to share what they have learned about bees. You are receiving twelve different writing prompts about a specific bee topic.

The prompts include:

Tell where bees live.
Tell about the queen bee.
Tell about the worker bees.
Tell about the drone bees.
Tell about the life cycle of bees.
Tell how bees communicate.
Tell about what bees eat.
Tell about what apiarists do.
Tell about honey.
Tell how bees collect honey.
Tell why smoke is puffed into hives.
Tell how bees help plants.

Differentiation is built into the activity. A guided research page is provided for each prompt for students who need help planning out what is important to research. A rough draft page is also available for each prompt to guide students through writing a topic sentence, 3-4 details, and an ending sentence. Two different final writing hexagon papers are available. Students can write on three-lined writing space or single-lined writing space. The nature of the prompts allow you to choose more difficult or in-depth writing for your higher writers. Easier, more ‘right there’ prompts can be given to your struggling writers.

Twelve different prompts are provided, but you also receive a blank final writing hexagon and rough draft page. The blank final writing hexagon can also be used for students who write more than can fit on a single page.

A blank hexagon page is available for students to illustrate their writing. This illustration can be stapled onto the back of their writing or placed beside their writing in the honeycomb.

To display student work, a class honeycomb can be made by placing the students’ final hexagon(s) on the wall or bulletin board in a honeycomb pattern.

This would be a great way to summarize a bee unit, while providing a visual of what a honeycomb looks like. Students will become the class ‘expert’ on the topic that they research and write about.

You can use this product as a complete writing activity in which students will work through the writing process. You can also choose to just use the hexagons and use this product as a ‘ticket out the door’ as a summarizing strategy.




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