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Save our bees

The Save our bees information and activity pack talks about bees, why they are so important, why they are dying out and why planting bee-friendly plants will help!

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Save our bees can be part of school activities on mini-beasts or the interdependency of living things. Why not take these activities outside and sit in the park or garden close to flowers? Even if you cannot see bees you may hear them if you are lucky.

Curriculum Links:
- KS1-4: Scientific Enquiry and Life Processes
- Scotland: 5–14 Outcomes Northern
- Ireland: Education for Sustainable Development.

 Save our bees