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Thank Goodness for Bees

Thank goodness for bees.

by Bronwen Wall

“Thank Goodness for Bees” explains how honey bees differ from similar insects. It describes how honey bees have adapted to be able to collect nectar and pollen from flowering plants and how they turn the nectar into honey. It also explains how bees produce wax to construct honeycomb to store their honey.

Series: Connected 2012 Level 2 - The Buzz of Bees

Learning area: English, Mathematics and Statistics, Science

Curriculum level: 2

Category: Non-fiction

Strand: Number and Algebra, Nature of science

In: Connected 2012 Level 2 - The Buzz of Bees

Publication date: January 2012

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