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Give your students a meaningful and interactive experience they won’t forget. Watch your students step into the life of a local Beekeeper who shares her genuine passion for these fascinating insects in an engaging educational and memorable presentation. 

Topics Covered 

This talk not only covers a large variety of information on these mysterious creatures but also shows beautiful photography of the bees and the environment in which they work. The topics that are covered are.

  • The three different kinds of bees that live in the hive.

  •  Basic Bee Anatomy 

  • Information on the babies of the hive

  • Where do they live.

  • How valuable are bees to our environment as pollinators.

  • How to look after their environment, ideas for bee friendly plants

  • The waggle dance.

  • Fun Facts

  • What do they eat. 

  • Information about pollen and nectar 

  • leading into Honey Tasting

  • how different nectars create different tasting honey

  • A Physical Experience

  • Not only will the presentation be informative and an amazing visual experience, but it will also be interactive. There will be:

  • a box of frames in the stages of use from blank to rendered wax.

  • Suits and tools that are used within the beehive will be shown and explained.

  • a frame of live bees in a special presentation case (late spring/summer/early autumn, weather and management of bees permitting.

  • An exceptional display of photographs taken from the beekeepers themselves.

  • We have 2 talks prepared for the different age groups. The first one is suitable for Kindergarten to Year 1-2 and the second talk is best for Years 3 & 6. Each talk requires one hour including any questions and sensory exploration also includes set up/pack up

  • Access to Smart Board to view Presentation

  • Paper/ Coloured Pencils for Preschool/ Kindy and Year 1-2 talks


Custom Days -

Where Does My Honey Come From?

Scheduled days don't suit, get in touch

to talk about a day that does! 

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