Thursday, February 20, 2014

Explanation: How do Bees make Honey


Bees go to the flowers to collect nectar . Nectar is a sweet juice of the flower. Bees suck nectar with a little straw called proboscis. proboscis is built in the mouth of the bee. They collect the nectar in a special stomach.

 Then they take the nectar to the hive. Then they flap their wings very hard. This turns the nectar into honey. Finally the bees cover the honey combs with wax.

By: Faka'ata

1 comment:

Mr Webb and Room 1, Auroa Primary School said...

That's such a great post and I love the pictures that you have put in with your writing. I will be sharing this with my class of students here in Taranaki later today and I am sure that they are going to be impressed.
Mr Webb and Room One, Auroa Primary School, Taranaki.