Year 3 – Science – Insect pollination

As part of science today year 3, we have been learning about insect pollination. Your challenge for today is to explain the whole process in your own words. When writing your own explanation please use the key vocabulary from today’s lesson. A labelled picture of a flower below will help you as it has the key vocabulary on.

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20 thoughts on “Year 3 – Science – Insect pollination

  1. Wants a bee has collected polen and when the bee has flown a way the pollen falls on aver flowers then the pollen that they have on the bee then they make
    it honey.

  2. When a insect like a Bee comes into the flower to collect nectar pollen stick’s to its wings when the insect moves into a other flower that is the same type of flower it goes through the stigma then the style and moves into the ovary it mixes with the eggs after that it becomes a seed of the same type.

  3. a bee gos to a flower and takes a little bit of honey and gos to the nex flower. it keeps going on another flower to have honey until it is full up.

    • While the bee colects nectar,the polen sticks to the bees legs that are like vawcrow.The stem helps the flower and rose to hold because if it did not have stem it will keep falling of.The bee colects nectar to drink and sits down or stands up.However the bee has on its tail a sharp needle to sting and hurt people.But the be doesnt die quickly its only few minutes and they die.

  4. bees drink from nekter then they go to a nother flawer and sonmetimes they get stuk on the flawer they drop the nekter on the other flawer

  5. first the bees collect nectar from the flowers then their legs get stuck with pollen then the bees fly to another flower and drop out the pollen and collect more nectar that is called pollination

  6. when the bees come they drink the nectar from the inside meanwhile they get the pollen when they go to the next plant they leave it andit is a life cycle.

  7. While the bee colects nectar,the polen sticks to the bees legs that are like vawcrow.The stem helps the flower and rose to hold because if it did not have stem it will keep falling of.The bee colects nectar to drink and sits down or stands up.However the bee has on its tail a sharp needle to sting and hurt people.But the be doesnt die quickly its only few minutes and they die.

  8. A bee travels to a floWER TO DRINK SOME NECTAR.WHILE ITS DRINKING THE NECTAR,THE POLLEN STICKS ON ITS LEGS SO WHEN IT GOES ON ANOTHER FLOWER ALL THAT POLLEN THAT IS ON ITS LEG GOES ON THAT FLOWER.THAT FLOWER GETS MORE POLLEN SO THE FLOWER GROWS MORE SEEDS.THEY DO NOT KNOW THEY HAVE POLLEN ON THEIR LEG. IT JUST FALLS OFF.

  9. fisrt the bee goes to a flower then the pollen sticks to the hair of the bees legs then the bee goes to the next flower and drops it to the next flower then it makes seeds

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