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Pollinator Power
PreK-8th Grade

Art for awareness. Art for Learning. Art for skills development. Art as an interdisciplinary tool to reach students of all ages, engaging them through visual learning and creating methods while exploring science, reading, writing, & geography.

I work hard to bring pollinator awareness presentations to students of all ages so I made sure that my Prek-8th presentations really inspire my students and get them starting conversations about the importance of our world's pollinators. I connect valuable lessons in art, science, geography, writing and reading to amazing presentations that bring awareness to honey bees and our Native Pollinators. Touching upon Educational standards of learning is of the upmost importance to me.

We use art with purpose in this presentation! By creating we can create conversation starters and generate conversations about the importance of pollinators, bringing awareness to all. Weather and time permitting, some presentations can be designed to have an outdoor field trip to learn about the pollinators right in our backyard. 

Topics:

  • What are Pollinators

  • Butterflies & Moths

  • Birds and Bees

  • Wasps & Beetles

  • Flies and more!

  • Insect Lifecycles

  • Monarch Migration

  • Art for Awareness

  • Making Art

 

Having been an educator for a number of years I pride myself in being able to collaborate with teachers to create a presentation that meets state and national education standards.

The price for a presentation starts at $175 and vary based on location and the size of the group I am presenting to. My presentations be designed for 60 minutes up to 2hours or longer if needed. Basic supplies like pencils, erasers, scissors, rulers, and smocks are not provided by me. I provide all other supplies needed for the art project I have planned for the class/group I am presenting to. I am fully prepared to make accommodations for special needs. If the season is right I may bring an observation hive* along as well! 

*Observation Hive- because my bees are precious to me, I reserve the right not to bring an observation hive. I value the health and strength of my bees. If my bees are stressed or weak due to health issues or bad weather patterns I cannot in good consciousness bring them. They are living creatures who just like everyone else, have good days and bad days. Even bees get sick and stressed. No worries though, I have plenty of visuals and teaching aides that can make up the difference.

Please Contact me today for more information or to book a date with the bees!

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