He then discovers how bees make honey … Honey bees are generally covered in small hairs that make them look fuzzy all over. Answer: There are mysteries all around us. In the Middle Ages, honey was the basis for the production of mead, an alcoholic beverage. Questions and Answers, Summary, Notes Pdf, Activity, KSEEB Solutions for Class 6 English helps you to revise the complete Karnataka State Board Syllabus and to clear all their doubts, score well in final exams. Around two – thousand bees die every day in a hive. (d), 3. The Mating Flight. Honey bees have a short life. Question 5. Choose the correct word from the brackets and fill in the blanks: Plants are (is/are) very important to us. Preparation of Upma Recipe How to make Ravaupma: Answer: They build new combs to store honey. The house bees keep the houses clean and well ventilated. Look for hair on the body and head. Introduction of Honey Bee Farming:- Well, Beekeeping is one of the oldest tradition in India for collecting the honey.Honey be farming is becoming popular due its market demand in national and international markets as well. Why do bees fan honey? 1. There are many different types of bee, but only the honey bee can make honey. Chlorophyll can make food that the plant can use from carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, and energy from sunlight. Because of its antiseptic qualities, physicians found it a perfect covering for wounds before the advent of bandages. Answer the following questions in a word, phrase or a sentence each: Question 1. We see them and enjoy them. They store the nectar in their stomachs called honey sacs and carry it to the beehive. Read the lesson carefully and find out the steps followed by bees in making honey. In stomach nectar mixes with protein and enzymes produced by a bee. They live only for a month. How Do Bees Make Honey? How is Honey made? Honey bees collect nectar from flowers mostly during spring season. I have seen a beehive or what we call honeycomb. This water needs to be extracted out of nectar to make honey as honey contains just about 14-18% water. It is used as a medicine to cure cough and sure throat. Then complete the flow chart given below. During the spring season, the plants will be full of colorful flowers. Honeycomb is a hexagonal cell made of wax produced by the bees. It takes a lot of bees to get all the work done—from 20,000 … It is also a good antiseptic as it kills bacteria. Make meaningful phrases or sentences using the above words. Students are expected to refer to Text Page No. 46 for active play. Nectar when collected from the flowers has 80% of water content. The Bible refers to heaven as the "Land of Milk and Honey." In ancient times, honey was considered the food of the gods and the symbol of wealth and happiness. Filling comb with Honey. Yes, I have tasted honey while taking the medicinal powder for cough. The leaves contain (contain/contains) a pigment called chlorophyll, which colors the leaves green. As a result of this, they do not live long. Apple Milkshake Recipe: Beekeepers harvest it by collecting the honeycomb frames and scraping off the wax cap that bees make to seal off honey in each cell. Once the caps are removed, the frames are placed in an extractor, a centrifuge that spins the frames, forcing honey out of the comb. Foraging worker bees fly from their hive (sometimes miles away) to gather nectar from flowers and other blooming vegetation. Choose the correct word from the brackets and fill in the blanks: What is a honeycomb? Honey bees work hard. For example, apples come (come/comes) from an apple tree. Read the lesson carefully and find out the steps followed by bees in making honey. Other social bees can also make honey but they don’t make enough to share with humans. Answer: Field bees go far away from home in search of nectar. During the process of photosynthesis, plants release (release/releases) oxygen into the air. Field bees are older bees. Step 2. Pour some crushed ice and serve it chilled. House bees keep the house clean and well ventilated. Bees collect nector from the flowers. C1. The flight of the queen bee and the drones outside the hive for mating is called nuptial flight or mating flight. Match them. Tell the class how the following items are prepared: 1. A honey bee (also spelled honeybee) is a eusocial flying insect within the genus Apis of the bee clade, all native to Eurasia but spread to four other continents by human beings. You can also talk about the color of the honey and what correlation it had with the taste. C2. Answer: Honey is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life, including enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and water; and it's the only food that contains "pinocembrin", an antioxidant associated with improved brain functioning. It is also used to make ayurvedic medicine to cure cough and sore throat. Honey bees collect nectar from flowers mostly during the spring season. Question 4. Honey is one of the oldest natural sweetener used by human beings since ancient times. Answer: Therefore honey is nothing but nectar collected by the bees and regurgitated and dehydrated to enhance the nutritional properties of honey. People who are on diet, use honey to reduce their weight. I did some homework, and can now explain it to her – and to you. Where do bees collect nectar from? Bees make honey to feed their young and so they have something to eat during the winter. They store the nectar in the honey sacs and carry it to the beehive. Answer: Question 7. Here are some sentences about how plants make food. But what do plants eat (eat/eats)? The house bees keep the houses clean and well ventilated. Imagine that you are a honey bee. Honey's color, taste, aroma and texture vary greatly depending on the type of flower a bee frequents. Answer: There are a lot of beehives in the trees beside my house. Answer: The nectar mixes with the proteins and enzymes in their stomachs, The nectar is thus converted into honey. C2. This type of bees are available in almost all countries of the world. Locked. What is honey used for? Nectar has 80% water and honey has only about 14 – 18% water. They need (need/need) chlorophyll (a green pigment found in the leaves of plants), light, carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, and minerals. Answer: Six species of bee can produce honey of this genus. The queen bee only work is to lay eggs and maintain the population of the been – hive. 2. Bees collect nectar and pollen from flowers to make honey, a sugary food, for the colony. to stop at the flower.In the process of gathering nectar, the insect transfers pollen grains from one flower to another and pollinates the flower. Answer: Preparatory Activity: 1. Have you ever tasted, honey? Next, comes the mating flight. Bee is an insect of arthropoda phylum, insecta class, hymenoptera order, apidae family and of apis genus. Answer: William learns all about the different types of bees that live in a beehive including worker bees, drone bees and the queen bee. (c). Some of these bees are “forager” bees, which collect nectar from flowering plants. To prepare for long-term storage, the bees fan their wings. Answer: When one of the honeycombs gets filled up the bees close it with a bee cap and then move on to another cell (honeycomb). Karnataka State Syllabus Class 6 English Prose Chapter 3 How do Bees Make Honey? 3. Pick out words which have the same sound (vowel) and write them below the box. It takes 300 bees about three weeks to gather 450 g of honey. Read the lesson again and write two things that the bees do to produce honey. Question 3. Along with this bees of trigona and melipona genus are also famous for producing honey. Question 1. Match the pictures with their descriptions (Draw lines). Honey Bee Farming. ii) Where do bees collect nector from? Thankfully, bees work very hard and often make more honey than they need, which allows beekeepers to harvest the excess. It is used as a medicine to cure cough and sure throat. Honey – making is a complex process. 6:10 Answer: Honey bee does not live longer than a month. Answer: Yes, I have seen a beehive and a honeycomb. Make meaningful phrases or sentences using the above, words. They drop the honey into the honeycombs. Give reasons. The queen bee emerges from the hive after 3 to 5 days of her complete development and mates with the males (drones). Your email address will not be published. Match the pictures with their descriptions (Draw lines) Answer: 1. C1. Question 3. Chlorophyll can make food that the plant can use from carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, and energy from sunlight. It contains 80% of water and honey is only about 14 – 18% water. Look at the following pictures and their descriptions. The vast majority of honey bees in a colony are workers, whose purpose it … There will be many other bees working at the same time, and the air will be noisy with their droning. Say them aloud/ repeat after the teacher. Answer: Honey – making is a complex process. As they live to be only six or seven weeks old they have much work to do and little time in which to do it. It is also a good antiseptic as it kills bacteria. Answer: 5. People and animals need (needs/need) oxygen to breathe. What do we use honey for? I fill each honeycomb with honey and cap it with wax. Do you think honey bees are hard-working? Have you ever tasted honey? Plants need (need/needs) several things to make their own food. They suck the nectar through their long, tube-like tongues from the flowers and store the nectar in their honey sacs and carry it to the beehive. Question 4. Have you seen a beehive or a honeycomb? All the foods people eat comes (come/comes) directly or indirectly from plants. Plants make (make/ makes) food in their leaves. Bees visit flowers and collect nectar. Wrap up with facts, such as how many honey bees it takes to make a quart of honey and why honey bees make honey. All the foods people eat come (come/comes) directly or indirectly from plants. Last weekend, my daughter asked me how bees made honey, and I realized that I didn’t know the answer. For example, apples come (come/comes) from an apple tree. To prepare for long-term storage, the bees fan their wings to evaporate and thicken the honey and cap the honeycomb with wax. The nectar mixes with proteins and enzymes in the honey bees stomach and is converted into honey. How long does a honey bee live? Question 4. How do Bees Make Honey? Honey is made by Honey bees. Discuss the following questions in small groups and present your answers to the whole class: Question 1. Question 2. Plants make (make/ makes) food in their leaves. Therefore honey is nothing but nectar collected by the bees and regurgitated and dehydrated to enhance the nutritional properties of honey. On average, a beekeeper can expect to yield about 50 pounds (4.2 gallons) of honey each year from a healthy colony in a fertile area. It helps to evaporate and thicken the honey. Certain species of bees die after stinging because their stingers, which are attached to their abdomen, have little barbs or hooks on them. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Then complete the flow chart given below: V1. Question 5. Apis Mellifera, the honey bee, is the most widely known bee that does make honey, however, it isn’t the only kind of bee that can do it! If the queen bee dies, workers will create a new queen by selecting a young larva (the newly hatched … I have tasted honey also. Answer: Here are some sentences about how plants make food. Don ’ t worry, the waggle dance isn't the next dab or floss. Answer: Evaporating Honey. Question 3. A honeycomb is a hexagonal cell made of wax produced by the bees. They make (make/make) their own food! Have you seen a beehive or a honeycomb? Honey contains sugar, protein, iron, and calcium. Do you think honey bees are hard-working? V2. Honey bee is easily recognized and highly appreciated type of insect. Answer: Question 5. The sweet, viscous honey we take for granted as a sweetener or cooking ingredient is the product of industrious honeybees working as a highly organized colony, collecting flower nectar and converting it into a high-sugar food store. Question 4. In the stomach, the nectar gets mixed with the proteins and enzymes produced by me and becomes honey. They are engaged in building new honeycombs. When one of the honeycombs gets filled up the bees close it with a bee cap and then move on to another cell (honeycomb). What does honey contain? i) What is honey used for? A honey bee does not live longer than a month. It contains natural sugar proteins, iron, and calcium and can be easily digested. Life cycle of honey bee The life cycle of honey bee completes in four stages; egg, larva, pupa and adult. Answer: The Honey Making Process: V1. Watch the video to discover the answer and don't forget to vote for next week's question. 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Forager bees start out from the hive for blossom patches when three weeks old. The flour used to make bread comes (come/comes) from a wheat plant. They store the nectar in their stomach half an hour. It calms a cough and soothes a sore throat. The queen bee only work is to lay eggs and maintain the population of the been – hive. Around two – thousand bees die every day in a hive. At the time of honey gathering season, they work very hard, as a result, a honey bee does not live longer than a month. In some religious ceremonies, honey is used. Answer: Say them aloud/repeat after the teacher. In order to make enough wax, worker bees need a lot of energy, and must therefore consume a lot of honey. To prepare for long-term storage, the bees fan their wings to evaporate and thicken the honey (note: nectar is 80% water and honey is about 14-18% water). What is a honeycomb? What does honey contain? They go away from the house their job is to search for nectar. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The nectar is chewed up and deposited into honeycomb wax cells. Question 2. Honey bees have a short life. Question 5. Answer: Mention the work done by the house bees and field bees. I store the nectar in my honey sac. There is an excellent example of the division of labour among honey bees. The honey has the power to kill bacteria. Around two – thousand bees die every day in a hive. Bees store the honey in the honeycombs and cap them with wax. Honey is one of the oldest natural sweetener used by human beings since ancient times. 1. 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It is used as sweet on special occasions. Later the bees store the honey in the beehive in hexagonal cells made of bee – wax called honeycombs. Honey bees are very hard workers. A honeybee starts the honey making process by visiting a flower and gathering some of its nectar.Many plants use nectar as a way of encouraging insects (bees, wasps, butterflies, etc.) This episode is locked Invite 5 or more friends and we'll unlock all previous episodes as a thank you! Honey bee has been introduced to America by European settlers. Question 2. They make (make/makes) their own food! They divide themselves into house bees and field bees. Different honey bees have different jobs. Answer: Students can Download English Lesson 3 How do Bees Make Honey? Answer: BEE Fun: Teach the Waggle Dance. Yes, the honey bees are hard working. Answer: Question 6. A Colony Can Contain Up to 60,000 Bees. Now pour milk, sugar, and apple in a mixer. Write the actions that go with the given words: V2. To store the honey for the long term, the honey – bees use their wings as a fan to dry up the water content in the nectar. Questions and Answers, Summary, Notes Pdf, KSEEB Solutions for Class 6 English Karnataka State Board Solutions help you to revise complete Syllabus and score more marks in your examinations. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I use my long tube-like tongue, to suck the nectar from the flower. (Draw lines). They live only for a month. We use honey to calm a cough and soothe a sore throat. Typically, these flowers will be located within 4 miles (6.43 kilometers) from the hive. But they also need pollen for protein. To store the honey for the long term, the honey – bees use their wings as a fan to dry up the water content in the nectar. People and animals need (needs/need) oxygen to breathe. They live only for a month. Honey is made by Honey bees. Step 3. Where do bees store the honey? Honey bee originates from South and Southeast Asia and possibly Europe (fossil evidence proved that honey bee existed in Europe 23 to 56 million years ago). It is also used as an antiseptic to cure burns. These tiny hairs are how the honey bee gathers pollen and transports it to other flowers, so the hair is very important for the survival of the bee! On average, a hive will produce about 65 pounds of surplus honey each year 2. Mention the work done by the house bees and field bees. 1. Honey bees are very hard workers. Imagine that you are a honey bee. Not only the farmers make a sweet dividends but beekeeping also help increase agriculture productivity through pollination. Their job is to search for nectar. (a), 4. The queen bee only work is to lay eggs and maintain the population of the been – hive. To prepare for long-term storage, the bees fan their wings to evaporate and thicken the honey. What do we use honey for? The production of honey by bees involves several chemical processes, including digestion, regurgitation, enzyme activity, and evaporation. The nectar mixes with proteins and enzymes in the honey bees stomach and is converted into honey. There is an excellent example of the division of labour among honey bees. Honey bees are very hard workers. The flour used to make bread comes (come/comes)from a wheat plant. They go away from the house. The bees then drop the honey into the beeswax comb, which are hexagonal cells made of wax produced by the bees, and repeat the process until the combs are full.. 4. Honey bees, unlike bumble bees, tend to have shorter hairs that are only visible when looking at them up close. Here is an easy explanation and a quick-and-tasty recipe to make honey flapjacks to show off your learning. It is used to prevent cough and to treat sore throat. They draw the nectar from the flowers through their long, tube-like tongues. Honey bees visit flowers and suck nectar with their long, tube-like tongues. Explain how you make honey. They build new combs to store honey. Question 1. Then I take it to the beehive and drop the honey. They store the nectar in their stomachs and cany it to the beehive. How do bees make honey? Where do bees store the honey? One is done for you. Answer: They divide themselves into house bees and field bees. Question 7. Honey is used as a natural sweetener. The leaves contain (contain/contains) a pigment called chlorophyll, which colors the leaves green. It is a natural sugar and has medicinal properties. (b), 2. This process is called photosynthesis. The Importance of the Honey Bee Unattributed Middle Schooler 2. There are seven species of honey bees that are further divided in 44 subspecies.
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