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Whitewater CE Primary School

Whitewater CE Primary School

Thursday 7th May

Hello Rabbits, 

It is lovely to read and hear how well you are all doing at home! I miss you all very much and I bet you have all grown taller since the last time I saw you. 

I thought you would want to know about my very beezy week at home, yesterday when I looked out of my kitchen window I saw a huge swarm of honey bees going crazy! They had decided to make a beehive on my fence under the wisteria. So I called in the local bee man to help relocate the bees to his beehives. I have never seen this in my lifetime and  I have bee-n around while! I wonder if you could find out the difference between a honey bee and a bumble bee? 

I hope you are beehaving at home and enjoy reading my cheesy jokes! 

From Mrs Baronne

 

  • Mrs Baronne 4 months ago
    Hi Lex Thank you Lex for your amazing facts . I didn't realise that Bumble bees can sting more than once. Sounds like you are having a great time and looking forward to see your picture of your bumble bee. Thank you for making me laugh. Mrs Baronne
  • Lex ago
    Hi Mrs Baronne. We looked at some bee facts! Honey bees are bigger and have have more friends as they live in bigger groups. Honey bees can only sting once but bumble bees can sting more. We went for a walk today and managed to take a picture of a bumble bee! (lots of running around was involved!)I will put it in my yellow book.

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