Yes this is the best question kids could ask, because it means that their brain is working and they are learning or wanting to learn something new. I will admit sometimes I can get so many why’s ? It can almost put you over the edge, and sometimes I won’t know the answer and that is okay. I will tell them ” Hmmm I don’t know the answer but I will figure it out and tell you when I know”.
A child’s never-ending “why’s” aren’t meant to exasperate parents, scientists say. Rather, the kiddy queries are genuine attempts at getting at the truth, and tots respond better to some answers than others.
This week we are talking about:
The Bee’s home (Bees can have different types of homes. Hives, nest or underground),
Food (Bees have two stomachs; one for eating food and the other for saving food),
Babies (Eggs hatch into a larva that is like a worm . Baby Bee’s stay near the hive to keep safe),
Work ( Bees have specific jobs to do for their colony. Queen Bee’s lay eggs, the drones guard)
Safety (Some weather can be dangerous for bees such as heavy rain or snow).
BUSY BEE HAT’S
We enjoyed buzzing around the yard!
My kids really enjoy independently working on our journals. They are so proud when they are finished.
HOW MANY IN THE HIVE GAME?