The population of bees is in decline all over the world - which is seriously bad news for the environment, as these insects both pollinate around three quarters of the food we grow and act as indicators of our planet’s health. So use a well-known playground game to create and perform your own Dance of the Bees, as close to World Bee Day (May 20th) as possible!
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Download the Scotland resource here
World Bee Day - 20th May
World Bee Day aims to raise public awareness of the importance of bees and apicultural products and protecting bees and beekeeping sector contribute to poverty alleviation, hunger eradication and preserving healthy environment and its biodiversity. Find out more about World Bee day by visiting the website; https://www.worldbeeday.org/en/
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