Empowering Student Innovation for a Clean Energy Future

Division: E (3-5)
School: Centennial Elementary Team Size: 1

Home Sweet Hive

HELLO!!!! my name is Briallen J I go to centennial elementary school and I’m in forth grade, Here i present to you🥁 MY BEE BOX

Carpenter bee home (my dad helped by cutting the wood with his wood tools and got the nails in the right spot so I could hammer them)
male carpenter bees can not sting

How I made this step 1 learn about the carpenter bees. 2 I looked at carpenter bee homes 3 I measured 5 7X7 squares . 4My dad helped me cut those squares(thanks dad!!!!) 5 we both hammered it together 6 we cut up pieces of wood ,bamboo ,lemon grass , and shell ginger .7 my dad helped me drill holes in the wood.8 I painted it 9 I made the webpage 10 I recorded the videos (thank you logan for being a customer) 11 I made a poster 12 I printed the poster

Up-close #1
up-close #2
Up-close #3

The types of energy it represents is solar(the sun keeps it warm) and chemical ( the bees live in there)

3 thoughts on “Home Sweet Hive

  • March 31, 2023 at 12:25 pm

    I really liked your project, and I learned something. I wasn’t familiar with carpenter bees so I ended up researching them. They really do deserve for us to protect them so they can continue to pollinate our plants!

  • March 31, 2023 at 11:40 am

    This is beautiful! Great job!

  • March 30, 2023 at 12:51 pm

    Love the name of your hive and absolutely enjoyed your enthusiasm. Great job on your video. I really enjoyed it.

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