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Bee Keeper visit at Seaford Hopscotch

Posted on by Caroline Oliver

A former parent Jackie and her sister Connie came to Seaford Hopscotch today to talk to the children about being a bee keeper. They bought about 200 bees and a section of hive to show the children. Teaching the children how bees make the wax used for candles and soap and how the queen bee has a different colour spot to be easily identified.

We discovered that the bees visiting the nursery were all female, busy making the honey and how important flowers are for the bees, especially yellow ones!

Please plant your wild flower seeds at home to help with our Hopscotch project, #bringbackthebees !!


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