Honeybee Life Cycle

Honeybee Life Cycle

# 075716

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Item #: 075716
Grades: K-AD

Choking Hazard
  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

Kids will bee amazed to observe the honeybee lifecycle close up! Encapsulated in clear acrylic, this science kit features real honeybees at distinct stages of their lifecycle. The four unique acrylic blocks feature a honeybee on a flower, 3 variety of bees, stages of metamorphosis, samples of honey and pollen, and pieces of the honeycomb. Bug lovers may display these on their desks, while teachers can pass them around the classroom, and everyone can enjoy inspecting these insects with no fear of stings! Kit includes one block measuring 3” x ¾” x 3”, three smaller blocks measuring 1 ½” x ½” x 1 ½”, and a brief informational booklet. ~ Sarah E

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0.55 (lbs.)
7.5" x 6.25" x 1.25"
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Just love it
Marina D on Mar 14, 2022
Just love it
Marina D on Mar 14, 2022
to be part of our Bees lesson
Guest G on Oct 9, 2021
to be part of our Bees lesson
Guest G on Oct 9, 2021
Are these real bees?
A shopper on Aug 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes. From egg to bee, samples are preserved in a clear, acrylic material.
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Wonderful Visual Aid
We are studying insects this year and my kids are loving the honey bee life cycle display! Things like this help bring science to life!
September 16, 2022
5 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Beautiful and REAL!!
Amazing real artifacts for exploration! This is the type of materials I want for my Pre K science center. Perfectly preserved, and ruggedly adequate for small hands, brings real life into the classroom without the dangers associated with bees. One thing that could be improved would be a clear description for each artifact. I’m still unsure if the specimen holds bee bread or royal jelly. Anyway, I love the materials!
May 30, 2022
9 months ago

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