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Planning and Links
Planning and Links
The Flower
The Honeybee
Pollination
Making honey
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Big Idea:
Flowering plants produce seeds which grow into
new plants.
Pollen is produced by flowers and is key to
pollination
Different parts of the flower have different
roles in pollination
Insects are important in pollination
Reproduction in flowering plants in brief:
1) Petals/scent attract an insect to a flower. The insect takes the
pollen from the stamens of this flower. (Flowers can also be
pollinated by other animals and wind)
2) It leaves it on the stigma (top of the carpel) of another
flower.
3) The pollen travels down the carpel to the ovary where
it joins with an ovule and becomes a seed.
4) The petals and stamens wither and die.
5) The ovary (which forms the fruit) swells up.
6) The seeds within this fruit are then dispersed in
various different ways.
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Levels 1 and 2
Nature of Science
Understanding about Science
Appreciate that scientists ask questions about our world that lead to investigations
and that open-mindedness is important because there may be more than one
explanation.
Investigating in Science
Extend their experiences and personal explanations of the natural world through
exploration, play, asking questions, and discussing simple models.
Communicating in Science
Build their language and develop their understandings of the many ways the natural
world can be represented.
Participating and contributing
Explore and act on issues and questions that link their science learning to their daily
living.
Living World
Life processes
Recognise that all living things have certain requirements so they can stay alive.
Ecology
Recognise that living things are suited to their particular habitat.
Evolution
Recognise that there are lots of different living things in the world and that they can
be grouped in different ways.
Explain how we know that some living things from the past are now extinct.
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Level 3
Nature of Science
Understanding about Science
Appreciate that science is a way of explaining the world and that science knowledge
changes over time.
Identify ways in which scientists work together and provide evidence to support their
ideas.
Investigating in Science
Build on prior experiences, working together to share and examine their own and
others’ knowledge.
Ask questions, find evidence, explore simple models, and carry out appropriate
investigations to develop simple explanations.
Communicating in science
Begin to use a range of scientific symbols, conventions, and vocabulary.
Engage with a range of science texts and begin to question the purposes for which
these texts are constructed.
Participating and contributing
Use their growing science knowledge when considering issues of concern to them.
Explore various aspects of an issue and make decisions about possible actions.
Living World
Life processes
Recognise that there are life processes common to all living things and that these
occur in different ways.
Ecology
Explain how living things are suited to their particular habitat and how they respond
to environmental changes, both natural and human-induced.
Evolution
Begin to group plants, animals, and other living things into science-based
classifications.
Explore how the groups of living things we have in the world have changed over long
periods of time and appreciate that some living things in New Zealand are quite
different from living things in other areas of the world.
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Level 4
Nature of Science
Understanding about Science
Appreciate that science is a way of explaining the world and that science knowledge
changes over time.
Identify ways in which scientists work together and provide evidence to support their
ideas.
Investigating in Science
Build on prior experiences, working together to share and examine their own and
others’ knowledge.
Ask questions, find evidence, explore simple models, and carry out appropriate
investigations to develop simple explanations.
Communicating in Science
Begin to use a range of scientific symbols, conventions, and vocabulary.
Engage with a range of science texts and begin to question the purposes for which
these texts are constructed.
Participating and contributing
Use their growing science knowledge when considering issues of concern to them.
Explore various aspects of an issue and make decisions about possible actions.
Living world
Life processes
Recognise that there are life processes common to all living things and that these
occur in different ways.
Ecology
Explain how living things are suited to their particular habitat and how they respond
to environmental changes, both natural and human-induced.
Evolution
Begin to group plants, animals, and other living things into science-based
classifications.
Explore how the groups of living things we have in the world have changed over long
periods of time and appreciate that some living things in New Zealand are quite
different from living things in other areas of the world.
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Science Capabilities
Gather & interpret data
Learners make careful observations and differentiate between observation and
inference.
Science knowledge is based on data derived from direct, or indirect, observations of
the natural physical world and often includes measuring something. An inference is a
conclusion you draw from observations – the meaning you make from observations.
Understanding the difference is an important step towards being scientifically literate.
Use evidence
Learners support their ideas with evidence and look for evidence supporting others'
explanations.
Science is a way of explaining the world. Science is empirical and measurable. This
means that in science, explanations need to be supported by evidence that is based
on, or derived from, observations of the Natural World.
Critique evidence
Not all questions can be answered by science.
In order to evaluate the trustworthiness of data, students need to know quite a lot
about the qualities of scientific tests.
Interpret representations
Scientists represent their ideas in a variety of ways, including models, graphs, charts,
diagrams and written texts.
Learners think about how data is presented and ask questions such as:
 What does this representation tell us?
 What is left out?
 How does this representation get the message across?
 Why is it presented in this particular way?
Engage with Science
This capability requires students to use the other capabilities to engage with science in
“real life” contexts.
It involves students taking an interest in science issues, participating in discussions
about science and at times taking action.
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Links for resources, videos, activities,
information:
TKI and Ministry of Education Links:
Connected 2012 Level 2 The Buzz of Bees. (Excellent Connected Journal and
Teacher support material)
https://www.tki.org.nz/tkicontent/search?SearchText=pollination&SubTreeArray%5B%5D=2&SearchDat
e%5B%5D=-1&TKIGlobalSearch=1&SearchButton.x=0&SearchButton.y=0
Ministry of Education, Building Science Concepts. Book 25. Flowers, Fruits
and Seeds
http://scienceonline.tki.org.nz/What-do-my-students-need-to-learn/Building-ScienceConcepts/Titles-and-concept-overviews/Flowers-Fruits-and-Seeds
Ministry of Education, Building Science Concepts, Book 23, Fresh Food
http://scienceonline.tki.org.nz/What-do-my-students-need-to-learn/Building-ScienceConcepts/Titles-and-concept-overviews/Fresh-Food-How-Food-Keeps-and-LosesIts-Freshness
Ministry of Education, Building Science concepts, Book 26, How flowering
Plants Reproduce
http://scienceonline.tki.org.nz/What-do-my-students-need-to-learn/Building-ScienceConcepts/Titles-and-concept-overviews/Making-New-Plants-How-Flowering-PlantsReproduce
TKI Achievement Objectives
http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/The-New-Zealand-Curriculum/Science/Achievementobjectives#collapsible1
Education Resources planning template levels 1 and 2
http://www.education-resources.co.nz/science-1-2.html
Education Resources planning template Levels 3 and 4
http://www.education-resources.co.nz/science-3-4.html
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Honeybee links:
Honeybee Natural History:
https://youtu.be/x7cX2cjFunw
Beekeeping Te Ara NZ
http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/beekeeping/page-1
Picture of broodcomb. TKI Digistore (password needed)
http://digistore.tki.org.nz/ec/viewMetadata.action?id=R3489
Picture of honey bee stages and broodcomb. TKI Digistore (password
needed)
http://digistore.tki.org.nz/ec/viewMetadata.action?id=R3490
Picture of Queen bee and workers on a honeycomb. TKI Digistore
(password needed)
http://digistore.tki.org.nz/ec/viewMetadata.action?id=R3490
Picture of worker bee carrying pollen. TKI digistore (password needed)
http://digistore.tki.org.nz/ec/viewMetadata.action?id=R3486
Body parts of a worker bee
http://healthywithhoney.com/body-parts-of-a-bee-the-worker-bee/
National Geographic information about honeybees
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/honeybee/
Fun facts about honeybees
http://www.bees4kids.org.uk/fun-facts-about-honey-bees/
Interesting facts about honeybees
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http://www.urbanbees.co.nz/bee-facts
Science Learning Hub. Honey Bee Heroes. Information and further links
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Science-Stories/Celebrating-Science/2007Awards/Sci-Media/Video/Manuka-honey-science-entrepreneur
Keeping bees video
https://youtu.be/I0YrVUSPVhY
Honey Bee life cycle
https://youtu.be/sSk_ev1eZec
Free honeybee life cycle cards
http://preschoolpowolpackets.blogspot.co.nz/2015/05/free-honey-bee-lifecycle-cards.html
Honeybee information and bee song (Arthur Askey)
http://skywoodsfinalproject.weebly.com/biology-of-the-honey-bee.html
National Geographic. Natural bee keeping
https://youtu.be/u93KDBiVNdM
You tube Draw a bee
https://youtu.be/vu45MHSGAmM
Enchanted Leearning. Bee picture with labels
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/insects/bee/Honeybeecoloring.
shtml
Honeybee information and worksheets (US)
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http://www.busybarnsfarm.com/learn/documents/HoneybeeCurriculumn6.pd
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You tube clay model of bee
https://youtu.be/uXZJXwQiVEQ
Home School Scientist. Honey Bee Anatomy
http://thehomeschoolscientist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/honey-beeanatomy.pdf
Gardening site...plant for bees and bugs
http://www.bestgardening.com/bgc/hub/kids.htm
TKI Trees For bees programme
http://technology.tki.org.nz/Technology-in-the-news/The-Trees-for-Beesprogramme
Pollination/Flowers Links:
Science Learning Hub. Pollination
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Pollination/NZ-ResearchCollection/Pollination
Science Learning Hub. Role play pollination
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Science-Stories/Seeds-Stems-andSpores/Pollination-role-plays
Food Literacy Centre (US) Pollination
http://www.foodliteracycenter.org/food-wiki/pollination
NeoK12 Pollination. Info, activities, pictures, videos (Membership required
for worksheets)
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http://www.neok12.com/Pollination.htm
UK SAPS booklet on Plants, Reproduction and Life Cycles (Worth
downloading for numerous activities on flower structure
http://www.saps.org.uk/primary/teaching-resources/1374-primary-booklet-2reproduction-and-life-cycles-part-1
Scholastic. Information and worksheets, bees and flowers
http://www.scholastic.com/browse/lessonplan.jsp?id=794
Honey Links:
The Honey Files. American booklet with information and worksheets
http://www.honey.com/images/downloads/HoneyFilesWeb.pdf
Honey production:
http://animals.howstuffworks.com/insects/bee6.htm
Healing Honey. Biotechnology Learning Hub.
http://www.biotechlearn.org.nz/fo...ney_to_heal/from_bees_to_bandages2
Science Learning Hub. Professor Peter Molan. Video about Manuka Honey
properties
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Science-Stories/Celebrating-Science/2007Awards/Sci-Media/Video/Manuka-honey-science-entrepreneur
Science Learning Hub. Science of Manuka Honey
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/News-Events/Latest-News/News-Archive/2009News-archive/Designer-trees-for-healthy-honey
Extracting honey
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https://youtu.be/AfC1JBGx2TY
https://youtu.be/iT6IQx26eHk
https://www.honey.com/honey-at-home/learn-about-honey/how-honey-ismade/
DOC Information on Manuka trees
http://www.doc.govt.nz/nature/native-plants/manuka-kahikatoa-and-kanuka/
Trees For survival Trust. Information on Manuka Tree
http://www.tfsnz.org.nz//wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Teatree.pdf
Wikipedia Information on Manuka Tree
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leptospermum_scoparium
True Honey Company ‘Behind The Scenes’
https://www.truehoney.co.nz/en/2016/09/22/behind-the-scenes/
Literacy Links:
Usborne Beginners ‘Bees and Wasps’
Junior Journal 36. ‘Dancing Bees’ (Language bees use to communicate)
Article from Junior Journal 36. Guided reading level Gold 1. This article explores
the language that bees "speak" when they return to the hive. The variations on
how they dance tell the other bees where to go to find nectar and whether they
need to turn nectar into honey. It ends with a humorous take on what it might mean
if Mum did the bees' dance.
Connected 2012 Level 2 The Buzz of Bees. (Excellent Connected Journal and
Teacher support material)
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https://www.tki.org.nz/tkicontent/search?SearchText=pollination&SubTreeArray%5B%5D=2&SearchDat
e%5B%5D=-1&TKIGlobalSearch=1&SearchButton.x=0&SearchButton.y=0
Poem from School Journal. P1. Number 1 2005 ‘Bumbles’
A poem from School Journal Part 1 Number 1 2005. Teacher support material at
www.schooljournal.tki.org.nz – this free-verse poem uses visual and sound
imagery to build up a picture of bumble bees in a flowering tree.
Science Learning Hub. Three level reading guide
http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Pollination/Teaching-and-LearningApproaches/Pollination-three-level-reading-guide
The Bee Tree. Patricia Polacco. Review
http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-399-21965-8
The Honey Makers. Gail Gibbons. Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Honey-Makers-Gail-Gibbons/dp/0688175317
The Life and Times of the Honeybee. Charles Micucci. Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/039586139X/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&ca
mp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=039586139X&linkCode=as2&tag=
mamsleacor-20&linkId=ZVRIWKIONFJUXRF3
What If There Were No Bees? Suzanne Slade. Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/What-There-Were-Bees-Grassland/dp/140486394X
Honey In A Hive. Anne Rockwell
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0064452042/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&ca
mp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0064452042&linkCode=as2&tag=
mamsleacor-20&linkId=22F4RDUNETMHQUIP
Dorling Kindersley. The Bee Book
http://www.dk.com/uk/9780241217429-the-bee-book/
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Book Review of ‘The Honeybee Man’ by Timetoplaymag.com
https://youtu.be/pJGLkzfQFD4
Amazon preview of ‘Homegrown Honeybees’ by Alethea Morrison
https://www.amazon.com/Homegrown-Honey-Bees-BeginnersBeekeeping/dp/1603429948
Amazon preview of ‘Are You a Bee?’ by Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries
https://www.amazon.com/Are-You-Bee-Backyard-Books/dp/0753458047
Youtube trailer for ‘In The Trees Honeybees’ by Lori Mortensen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9UGmIRHXZ4
Amazon preview of ‘Magic Schoolbus, Inside a Beehive’.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0590257218/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&c
amp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0590257218&linkCode=as2&tag=t
hehomescie-20
Maths and Technology Links:
NZ Maths Honeycomb. L2 Geometry and Measurement
https://nzmaths.co.nz/resource/honeycomb
Healing Honey. Biotechnology Learning Hub.
http://www.biotechlearn.org.nz/fo...ney_to_heal/from_bees_to_bandages2
Dances with bees. Bee behaviour.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bees/dances.html
Bees and Maths
https://sites.google.com/site/mybeeproject/bees-and-math
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TedEd Maths and bees
https://youtu.be/QEzlsjAqADA
Bees as Mathematicians
https://lifethroughamathematicianseyes.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/beesand-math/
Technology unit making Buzzy Bee
http://technology.tki.org.nz/Resources/Case-studies/Classroom-practicecase-studies/Resistant-materials-hard/Moving-toys/Year-4-Buzzy-Bee-unit
Packaging. Box design to protect glass. (Technology/Maths investigation)
https://www.truehoney.co.nz/en/boxingclever/
Origami Honey bee
http://www.origami-resource-center.com/easy-origami-bee.html
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