In "Creating Home," a Tapestry of Faith program
Let's take the bees we made and send them back to their hive. Can we name a reason why each bee might be returning home as we attach our bees to our poster? What were some of the things bees do at home that we heard in the story?
To reinforce their knowledge of the functions of a home, prompt the children as needed to guide them toward naming these reasons a bee might return to the hive:
As each child tells why their bee is returning home, write a one- or two-word description of the reason on the stripe of the bee. Children may be opinionated about what "their" bee's reason for returning home will be; try to honor their preferences.
Attach the bees to the beehive poster with double-sided tape or another way that will make the bees easy to remove for later reference.
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Last updated on Friday, May 17, 2013.
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