Farsley Farfield Year 2

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Be a bee expert!

Saturday 12th September | 1 comment

Next week we start our topic on bees. You can click on the images below to link to some brilliant websites  with information about bees.

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Here are some links to interesting videos about bees.

Children’s Guide to Bees

Honey bees lifecycle

How honey is made

Honey being collected in the jungle

Please post a comment if you know any facts about bees or how honey is made.

One response to “Be a bee expert!”

  1. Mrs Monaghan says:

    Hello Year 2 and Mrs Fisher!

    This week we were finding out a little bit more about meerkats, and although most meerkats live in groups, some are solitary. We had to think about the word ‘solitary’ – do you know what it means? Well, Edward, who knows an awful lot about animals, knew what solitary meant because he knew about solitary bees. I didn’t! So I learned something new that day. Perhaps that might be something that you would like to find out a little more about – it’s quite fascinating!

    Good luck with your topic,
    Mrs Monaghan & A Room with a View

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