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2nd December 98 Mandys Reading Class
Who are the characters in the story? Arnold Keesha Ms. Frizzle Liz Carlos Dorothy Ann PhoebeRalphieTim Wanda
Lesson One 1.What did Ms. Frizzle want to do? 2.What had the class been studying? 3.What are social insects? 4.Why do bees sting people? 5.Why did the bus shrink? p6 - p11
Vocabulary ob.serve (v) – an.tenn.ae (n) – hive (n) – sur.vive (v) – so.cial (adj) – pro.tect (v) – re.fresh.ments (n) – To see what happens To keep safe; guard A bees home To be able to live somewhere Talking with other bees; many friends Snacks or drinks Help the bee talk to other bees and find food p6 - p11
All about Bees antennae stinger (with barbs) wings tongue Quick Quiz! How do you know that bees are insects? Because they only have six legs!
1.How do bees talk to each other? 2.How will they go inside the hive? 3.Why do we call bees busy bees? 4.What do bees take from flowers? 5.Why do both flowers and humans need bees? 6.How do they get inside the hive? Lesson Two p12 – p18
Vocabulary (i) guard (v) – col.lect (v) – ga.ther (v) – nec.tar (n) – pol.len (n) – pol.lin.ate (v) – en.trance (n) – To protect someone. (ex. A guard dog.) Where you go inside somewhere To collect from one place A drink made by flowers Used by flowers to make seeds. To make a seed in another flower To get a lot of something p12 – p18
Vocabulary (ii) grain (n) – ex.tra (n) – ton.gue (n) – crop (n) – pher.o.mones (n) – One piece of pollen Fruits and vegetables we eat A kind of smell (ex. like a perfume) More of something Inside your mouth p12 – p18
All about flowers nectar seed petals pollen
What Crops do you know? When a bee leaves pollen on one flower it makes a new seed. This seed then grows into fruit and vegetables that we eat every day! Fruit and vegetables are called crops. Quick Quiz! How many seeds are in an apple? Usually between 5 and 10.
1.Why do bees dance? 2.What did the bee on p22 tell the other bees? 3.What was the inside of the hive made from? What is it called? 4.Where does beeswax come from? 5.Did the children make good cells? Why? Lesson Three p19 – p25
Vocabulary drone (n) – ex.plore (v) – lang.uage (n) – wag.gle (v) – wax (n) – hex.a.gon (n) comb (n) – A boy (male) bee who only makes baby bees. Made from hexagon cells inside the hive How you talk to someone Move your body left and right Made by bees and used by us. (ex. candles, hives) To learn about new things by going somewhere p19 – p25
Bees! Bees! Bees! In this lesson you will learn about different kinds of bees. Which bees do you know? Queen Bee – there is only one in every hive Drone Bee – a boy bee who helps the queen make larvae. Guard Bee – help protect the beehive. Worker Bee – girl bees that get pollen for the hive and look after larvae.
1.How do the bees change nectar into honey? 2.Why didnt the children eat all the honey? 3.In each cell the queen lay an ___? 4.Why do workers touch the queen? 5.How do nurse bees make new queen bees? Lesson Four p26 – p31
Vocabulary cell (n) – add (v) – s.pread (v) – plen.ty (aux) – cozy (adj) – tend (v) – molt (v) - To put inside A lot of Comfortable, warm To look after To move things to many places p26 – p31 animals that lose their hair (ex. My dog molts in summer.) Part of a bee comb (hexagon)
1.How does a larva become a bee? 2.Why did the queen leave? 3.What do we call a place where many insects live? 4.What did the bear want to eat? 5.How will the children save the hive? Lesson Five p32 – p37
Vocabulary (i) co.coon (n) – silk (n) – meta.morph.o.sis (v) – pu.pae (n) – e.mer.ging (v) – swarm (n) – Very strong, thin rope made by insects. When an insect changes itssize and shape. Thousands of insects larvae that are changing into adults p32 – p37 To come out A covering made from silk that protects a larvae as it changes.
Vocabulary (ii) col.o.ny (n) – nuptial (adj) – wedding p32 – p37 A place where many insects live (ex. An ant colony, a bee colony)
How do larvae become bees? The Queen bee lays an egg in a wax cell. The eggs become larvae which are fed by special nurse bees. When the larva becomes big, it makes a cocoon and turns into a pupa. After a long time the pupae become new bees!
From egg to bee
1.What did the bear stop to eat? 2.How does a beekeeper stop being stung. 3.What does the bus turn into? 4.What did the children eat at the end? Lesson Six p38 – p45
Vocabulary strategy (n) – defeat (v) – dashboard (v) – instant (v) – stripes (adj) – To beat, be the winner A very short time Lines, a pattern. (ex. A zebra has many stripes.) To move things to many places p38 – p45 A plan, how to do something
Now finish the KWL chart you started when you began the story!