The Bees Waggle School Programs

We are working to reach children of all ages, and we have developed an educational program for elementary schools, preschools, libraries, public events, even interest group meetings!

Our pollinator education program will teach children: how pollination works; who the pollinators are; why pollination is important to us; what things bring harm to pollinators; and finally, how we can help pollinators.  Children come out with a complete picture of pollination, and this program fills many requirements for the Next Generation Science Standards!

 

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To access descriptions and pricing for our elementary school programs click on the link below.  We are willing to create a lesson plan that meets your classroom vision, as well as your budget.  Additionally, if your school would like to set up a community garden, we are happy to guide you through that as well!  We believe any degree of pollinator education will help the future of our planet!

Pollination lesson plan

School program fees

Additionally, beginning this year (2016), we can offer a program through Beyond Pesticides, a 501 3(c) non-profit organization. We teamed up with them to create a lesson plan which includes the concept of Biodiversity, and how pollinators contribute to our planet’s variety of life.  This program is a wonderful addition to what we teach in our pollinator school program, and it can be downloaded on the provided link.   

Biodiversity and Pollinators Lesson Informationlogo-included-poster

We look forward to working with you! 

2 thoughts on “The Bees Waggle School Programs

  1. Sharon says:

    I think that your program offerings are a wonderful opportunity for professional educators and parents to present valuable information and training to their youngsters which will never be forgotten. I am 73 years old and still remember the time spent at the Garden Center, for elementary students, at Harlan Shoemaker School for the Handicapped. We were not handicapped, but bussed there for our garden school. We were introduced, hands on, to a variety of animals and had our own, individual boxes, of vegetables and flowers growing from seed. We had presentations and were always ready to return to learn more. We were proud of what we accomplished!
    Keep up the great work. I hope that those reading this will take advantage of the program’s you are offering.
    Sharon

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    • thebeeswaggle says:

      Thank you for sharing your experiences learning about gardening! I agree, kids love hands on learning! My program offers just that! I am looking forward to working with Fox Creek Elementary here in Highlands Ranch this spring!

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