Sara Gupta

10 Years

53 Years

Kunskapsskolan

Lucknow

‘Bees’- An adorable poem by 8 year old Sara Gupta from Lucknow and some cool facts!

Nature with Sara Bees activities by kids for kids Bookosmia

Nature with Sara activities for kids BookosmiaHello hello, Sara here! Weekends mean its time to enjoy nature. If not physically, through the wonderful write ups and cool facts in our ‘Nature with Sara ‘section !

 

 

Keep  those lovely entries coming in. Today I am sharing this adorable poem by my namesake, 8 year old Sara Gupta from Lucknow.

Nature with Sara Gupta Lucknow BookosmiaSara is a curious child with a very good imagination.  She loves to write, bake and paint.

Sara is a lovely abstract art painter with a great sense of colour combinations.She loves the water and is a good swimmer.

Sara Gupta goes to Kunskapsskolan, Lucknow and is a student of Jabberwocky-Speech and Drama.

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Bees make their home
On the trees,
And they can
Fly over the seas.

 

They suck on flower piles
And have huge hives.
Their skin colour is yellow and black
And have wings that quickly flap.

 

Bees make honey
And people buy it with money,
Never ever let a bee sting
Or you will jump like a spring!

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Hey, Sara here again. Did you enjoy the poem? After that beautiful write up, how about some some cool facts about bees!
Cool Fact#1 : Bees are the only insects that produce food for humans
Bees are unique social insects and probably one of the best known insects in the world. It performs a vital role in the pollination of flowering plants, including crops and vegetables in the forests.
Nature with Sara Bees activities by kids for kids Bookosmia
Cool Fact#2 : A bee produces a teaspoon of honey (about 5 grams) in her lifetime.

Nature with Sara Honey Bees Bookosmia

 

Cool Fact#3 : A honey bee dies after stinging humans

A honeybee’s stinger is made of two barbed lancets. When the bee stings, it can’t pull the stinger back out. It leaves behind not only the stinger but also part of its digestive tract, plus muscles and nerves. This massive abdominal rupture is what kills the bee.

 

11 Responses

  1. Absolutely adorable Sara, very well done!! Loved this bit..” never let a bee sting, or you’ll jump like a spring!!”

  2. I am so joyful to see you explore your limitless potential Sara.
    Continue to word
    your imagination
    and share it
    with your world!
    Go unstoppable…

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