Pollination Game

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In this activity, students play the roles of worker bees, queen bees, and flowers, representing the symbiotic relationship between plants and pollinators. There is also an activity for creating a bee life cycle using modeling clay, and videos to accompany the lesson.


This lesson can be viewed through the website, or a printable version can be found here. It takes an estimated 2 hours to complete.

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1 review for Pollination Game

  1. LessonHiveAdmin

    This resource is exclusively focused on the honey bee; however, language such as “the bees” is used throughout, which can create some confusion. Honey bees have an extremely specialized and unique colony structure, while the majority of other bees are solitary.
    We would like to see more 3-dimensional components in this resource; these activities will be fun for students, but don’t have much in the way of discussion or sense-making activities.

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