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Week 3: Week 3 June 13-16

Plants and Pollination


Topic:

7:30 Breakfast
8:00-8:30
Morning
Meeting/Shared
Reading
8:30-9:30
ELA work
stations
1. Small group
reading
instruction
2. Exploratory
Science
3. Word Work

Monday
Breakfast

Tuesday
Breakfast

Wednesday
Breakfast

Thursday
Breakfast

The Greedy Bee by Steve


Smallman

The Honey Makers by


Gail Gibbons

How Bees Make Honey by


Lewis Spilsbury

Read The Beeman by Laurie Krebs

1. Suggested: Utilize Small


Group Seed books (Reading A to
Z) or book boxes for Read to
Self and Individual Conferring
time.

1. Suggested: Utilize
Small Group Seed
books (Reading A to
Z) or book boxes for
Read to Self and
Individual Conferring
time.

1. Suggested: Utilize Small


Group Seed books (Reading
A to Z) or book boxes for
Read to Self and
Individual Conferring time.

1. Suggested: Utilize Small Group


Seed books (Reading A to Z) or book
boxes for Read to Self and
Individual Conferring time.

Honey Bees (Reading A-Z)


2. Observe a bee using a
magnifying lens. Draw
observations. (Materials dried
bees, hand lenses)
3. Word Work label the parts of
the bee anatomy (activity sheet)

9:30-9:45
Social Time
(Social Skills
Development)
9:45-10:00

Honey Bees (Reading


A-Z)
2. Observe a flower.
Locate pollen using
magnifying lens.

Social Skills Development

3. Word Work Social Skills


Development

The Beautiful Bee Book by Sue

What If There Were

The Bee Mystery (Reading A-Z)


The Bee Mystery (Reading
A-Z)
2. Construct a flower. (See
Teach Junkie parts of a plant
craft)

2. Observe honey combs. Write/draw


observations.
3. Sample honey. Use the five senses
to describe honey.

3. Word Work-How many


words can you make from
the word honeycomb?
Social Skills Development

Social Skills Development

Parts of a Flower by

Video: How bees make honey with

Read Aloud

Unsteae

No Bees?: A Book
about the Grassland
Ecosystem By
Suzanne Slade

Candice F. Ransom

Steve the beekeeper.


https://www.youtube.com/wat
ch?v=xVFKfzT0Ed8

10:00-11:00
Science
*Experiment
*Reading
(making books)
*Notebook
responses

The Honey Bee PowerPoint


introduction to bees and flowers.
Construct an egg carton bee and
identify parts of an insect. Video
Directions:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=SqBMiv0Ganw

Honey Bees A
Pollination Simulation
(See handout)
Students will identify
the parts of a honey
bee, the stages of its
life cycle, and its role
in pollination.

Fabulous Flowers
(See handout)

Bee Keeper On-Site Field Study

Materials:
Pipe cleaners (black)
Wiggle eyes
Glue
Egg cartons
Black markers
Student Notebooks

11:00-11:30
Informational
writing

11:30-12:00
Technology
12:00-12:30

Students will draw a label a 2D


model of the bee.
Read aloud as a mentor text:
Buzzzzzzzz...: What Honeybees
Do by Virginia Wright.

Discuss the parts of the book that


can lend itself to writing an
informational text. Brainstorm
what bees do.
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Lunch

The purpose of this lesson is


to review the functions of
flowers and to help students
understand that some
flowers are edible.
Or
Eating the Parts of a Plant
(See Activity Sheet)

Using the mentor text


as a guide, write an
informational writing
on the importance of
bees.

Using the mentor text as a


guide, write an informational
writing on the importance of
bees.

Write a thank you letter to the


beekeeper.
Bee Paper

Book Booklet Pages


Book Booklet Pages
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Lunch

Lunch

Magic School Bus Video Inside a


Beehive
Lunch

Lunch
12:30-1:00
Independent
reading/Exit
slip reflection
1:00
Dismissal
-

Read to Self

Read to Self

Read to Self

Read to Self

Exit Slip: Reflecting daily


instruction
Dismissal

Exit Slip: Reflecting


daily instruction
Dismissal

Exit Slip: Reflecting daily


instruction
Dismissal

Exit Slip: Reflecting daily instruction


Dismissal

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