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Honey Bees – Life Cycle Video

Honey Bees – Life Cycle Video

Honey bees make honey from pollen and nectar collected from flowers. They live in large colonies with one queen, many sterile females workers and some male drones. In the wild honey bees nest in hollow trees. When a new queen emerges, she embarks on a mating flight....

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Organic Gardening for children

Organic Gardening for children

Organic gardening for children This is a way to grow plants without using any harmful chemicals in the garden that might damage the soil. If the soil has been damaged by chemicals is makes it harder for the plants to absorb nutrients making them an easier target for...

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Recycling Plastic

Recycling Plastic

Plastic is a very common material and can be used for almost anything. It is used for furniture, car interiors, toys, bags, even clothing. You can only recycle some types of plastic e.g. milk bottles, plastic bottles. Plastic is made from oil, & is a non-renewable...

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Spider Spinning a Web

Spider Spinning a Web

MOHAMED ABDULLA SHAFEEG/GETTY IMAGESHave a lookHave a lookHave a lookFun Spider Facts for Kids Spiders can spin webs of silk stronger than steel. Spiders are arachnids, not insects. Other members of the arachnid family include scorpions, mites, ticks and harvestmen....

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Wind Farms

Wind Farms

Wind farms are the name given to a number of large three pin windmills that create energy for houses and businesses with the power of the wind. Wind farms are becoming more popular because they so are great as they run on the power of the earth and do not produce...

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