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We Speak for the Bees

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Kaitlin Strugnell

on 17 November 2014

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Transcript of We Speak for the Bees

The situation is that the bees are dying and leaving because farmers spray chemicals called pesticides and herbicides on their crops, , which the bees digest in their everyday pollination rounds. PROBLEM When the bees die, they can't pollinate our crops, this affects us because then we can't eat our crops and the animals wouldn't be able to eat it too. RESOLVE You can plant the right plants like cornflowers, sunflowers, poppies and flowering fruit trees. Don't use
pesticide, and even put up a bee house. I T S U A T I O N I pledge to "BEE" respectful to our bees, to stay alert and stay calm around bees, to help grow bee friendly plants, and to help make this world a better and safer
place for bees! By, JAMIE, BERNICE, and NATASHA. PESTICIDE Bees are pollinating 90% of plants and crops, they help make about $40 billion. Air pollution and global warming are seen as contributors to the growing issue of bee colony collapse across the globe. KAITLIN, Scientists believe that mites, pesticides, and genetically modified crops are to blame. Bees help pollinate over one third of food supply in many countries. Many vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seed crops are dependent on pollination. Without bees, 70% of plants would become extinct. Honey bees and bumble bees have been living for millions of years. Bee house FUN FACTS PLEDGE WE SPEAK FOR THE BEES BABY BUMBLEBEE SONG I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee
Won't my mommy be so proud of me
I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee
OOH! EEH! The bee stung me! I'm squishing up my baby bumblebee
Won't my mommy be so proud of me
I'm squishing up my baby bumblebee
OOH! EEH! It's messy! I'm licking up my baby bumblebee
Won't my mommy be so proud of me
I'm licking up my baby bumblebee OOH! EEH! No more bee! I'm wiping off my baby bumblebee
Won't my mommy be so proud of me
I'm wiping off my baby bumblebee
OOH! EEH! Where's my bee? I'm looking for my baby bumblebee
Won't my mommy be so proud of me
I'm looking for my baby bumblebee
OOH! EEH! Found my bee! Can you imagine a world without yummy honey nut cheerios or delicious bee honey? Without bees we may not have these foods. There used to be 50 different species of bees and now there are only remains 25. Did you know there are 3 types of bees: Queens, workers and drones? There are different tribes for bees. The honey bee tribe is called Apini! The bumble bee tribe is called Bombini! The mason bee tribe is called Osmiini!
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