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Connect with Local Beekeepers to Become a Better Beekeeper Yourself

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Connect with Local Beekeepers to Become a Better Beekeeper Yourself

Connect with Local Beekeepers to Become a Better Beekeeper Yourself

You know that moment of excitement you experience when you meet someone that shares a particular interest or hobby of yours? There’s that happy squeal of, “you too?!” and immediate in-depth conversation on something you’re both passionate about. Well, that’s what it’s like when beekeepers meet other beekeepers! Whether you’re […]
5 Life Lessons Kids Can Learn About from Bees

5 Life Lessons You Can Teach Your Kids with Bees

The possibilities are endless when it comes to the different ways children can learn with bees. And while education is invaluable, the knowledge you can teach with bees extends far beyond classroom walls – or virtual or home-based classrooms, for that matter. Bees lead complex lives and demonstrate valuable qualities […]
How Students Can Learn in 5 Core Areas with Beepods

How Students Can Learn in 5 Core Areas with Beepods

Recently, we’ve been sharing reasons why Beepods so enthusiastically supports project-based learning. From the real-life problem-solving skills it helps students develop, to the engaging and fun experiences it provides, project-based learning is a fantastic education approach. And, it is the ideal learning format for exploring bee-related curriculums and lessons. With […]
How Project-Based Learning Improves Students’ Testing Outcomes

How Project-Based Learning Improves Student Testing Outcomes

For educators, teaching is about more than sharing information and hoping students retain it. It’s about the joy of watching young people learn ideas and concepts that prepare them for the world. And while testing can be an effective way to gauge whether students are learning what they should be, […]
What Every Beekeeper Ought to Know About Cold-Weather Inspections

What Every Beekeeper Ought to Know About Cold-Weather Inspections

As winter temperatures start to become the norm in many parts of the country, your visits to your beehive will be less frequent. Chilly trips to check on your bees will no longer involve opening up the hive to investigate their activities. Instead, your focus will shift to watching for […]