PowerPoint Presentation: Life Cycle of the Honeybee We’re here to tell you about the life cycle of a bee. Created by: TJ Sally & Cindy Lopez
PowerPoint Presentation: The Queen Lays the Egg The Queen lays her egg in a little wax cup filled with nectar & a sprinkle of pollen. Created by: TJ Sally & Cindy Lopez That’s Bizzer !
PowerPoint Presentation: Created by: TJ Sally & Cindy Lopez The Three Personalities There are 3 types of bees: The Queens The Drones The Workers
PowerPoint Presentation: Created by: TJ Sally & Cindy Lopez The Larva Begins to Grow The larva shed their skin four or five times as they grow. On about day nine, the larva will stop eating and spin itself a cocoon and begin to take the form of a pupa.
PowerPoint Presentation: It’s a Pupa! In the pupa stage, Bizzer begins to develop legs, eyes and wings.
PowerPoint Presentation: They Grow Up So Fast.. The adult stage is the final stage of metamorphosis for a bee. A new queen bee is born! Bizzer is here!
PowerPoint Presentation: Honeybee Fun Facts! Lifespan of a Honeybee Drones may live for just a few weeks or up to 4 months. Worker bees live for 6 to 7 weeks Queen Bees live for 2 to 4 years A typical honeybee colony may have around 50,000 workers. Only female honeybees sting, the males do not.
PowerPoint Presentation: Once a honeybee egg hatches, they are fed 1,300 times per day! A honeybee queen may lay as many as 1,000 eggs per day. Drones that mate with new honeybee queens will die immediately after mating. Poor things! Honeybee Fun Facts!