Abi and the Bumble Bee (adapted from the poem “Watching a Bumbble Bee” by Wes Magee) CHARACTERS: NARRATOR 1 NARRATOR 2 ALI BUMMBLE BEE MOTHER STAGE DIRECTION: CS- CENTRE STAGE CRS- CENTRE RIGHT STAGE CLS- CENTRE LEFT STAGE USC- UPPERSTAGE CENTRE USR- UPPERSTAGE RIGHT USL- UPPERSTAGE LEFT DSC- DOWNSTAGE CENTRE DSR- DOWNSTAGE RIGHT DSL- DOWNSTAGE LEFT SCRIPT: ACT Scene 1 Setting: Garden (Light is on. The sounds of birds singing gracefully and the bees buzzing can be heard. The lighting is focused to the CS. A backdrop shows a setting of a garden fulls of flowers. Narrators enters from the CRS.)
They know to follow the queen if she leaves, because she is the only way to keep the hive going. That is only a few of the instincts that they have. In conclusion, Honey bees being able to create and sustain a hive is amazing. They are able to make wax, and honey, they have complex social classes, and have many unique instincts. Honey bees pollinate ¾ of the crops and flowers.
In Sue Monk Kidd’s novel, The Secret Life of Bees, Kidd incorporates the literary technique of allusion to assist the reader in delving into Lily’s thought process. Furthermore, to incorporate allusion, Kidd compares the message Lily interpreted from the arrival of the bees in her room to the plagues God sent to the pharaoh Ramesses. Lily ponders: Back in my room on the peach farm, when the bees had first come out at night, I had imagined they were sent as a special plague for T. Ray. God saying, Let my daughter go, and maybe that’s exactly what they’d been, a plague that released me (151). As previously determined, Lily had believed that the arrival of the bees was God’s way of forcing T. Ray to let her go, just as the plagues sent to Ramesses
The stepsisters tried to make the tiny gold slipper fit with “one cut[ting] off her big toe, [and] the other a bit of her heel” (5) which left the shoe “filled with blood” (5). No one noticed their action, except the birds. The “soldier's” sang to the prince about how the slipper was “filling with blood” (5). Even after they cut off their body parts to get glory, they insisted on walking Aschenputtel down the aisle during the royal wedding. The birds did not approve of this
Josie comes around the corner and tells me what has happened while I was gone, then tells me about the beehive in the backyard next to the little swing set. A few days pass and Fluffy decides that he wants to go roll in the sand next to the swing set and rolls on top of a few bees in the process of rolling. Moni and Josie start screaming and yelling which makes me get up from the couch to see what 's happening and that’s when I notice there’s bee’s on Fluffy. Both chicken out from washing the bee’s off, so they decide to push me to face my fear of bees and wash them off fluffy. Feeling sick and thinking of all the possible things that could happen to me if I got near the bee hive I start to become hesitant and run to the opposite of the backyard where nothing is and start to panic.
In honeybee colonies, not every bee reproduces, the only one who reproduces is the queen bee. The queen bee of a colony is chosen by the worker bees. All larvae are fed a “royal jelly” that gives them the nutrients they need for the first couple days once they’re hatched. After those couple of days, all larvae, except the queen larvae, stop receiving the “royal jelly”. The heavy amount of “royal jelly” given to the soon-to-be queen bee enables the larvae to sexually mature.
The differences between the book in the movie with Adam and Mia’s relationship how they act with each other, how the joke around. You don’t really see that in the book as much as you see it in the movie. “ I got stung by a bee on my palm while we were playing. Your dad grabbed my hand and sucked the venom out.” (57-58). In the movie Mia was the one that got stung by the bee and Adam was the one that took the stinger and the venom out of her hand.
The female fly has a much wider space between the eyes than the male. The house fly is often confused with the face fly which also infests structures. The face fly is similar in appearance, but a little larger and darker than the House Fly. 2.3 House Fly Biology & Habits Each adult female begins laying eggs a few days after hatching, laying a total of five to six batches of 75 to 100 small white oval eggs. In warm weather these hatch in 12 to 24 hours into cream-colored larvae, which burrow into the food material on which they hatched.
I believe the reason why I felt different was because the moth stung me the day before. I stood up and walked over to the mirror in my room. I couldn’t believe what I saw in my mirror. My transformation had begun. I was horrified at what I looked like; but at the same time, I was stunned at what I looked like.
I choose to view the video clip, Maggie Simpson in “The longest Daycare”. There are some entertaining pieces in the clip one being in the beginning when they test Maggie’s intelligence with the equipment manufactured by Often Wrong Technologies and going through the security check in the beginning. However, the video reveals how society often views people’s intelligence without often knowing how smart that person maybe. Maggie shows her intelligence when she encounters her first case of bullying. As she watches a little boy smash butterflies on the wall with a hammer, she sees a caterpillar crawling by.