The Baby Bumble Bee Song | The Importance of Bees | Scratch Garden

The Baby Bumble Bee Song | The Importance of Bees | Scratch Garden


I’m bringing home a baby bumble bee
Won’t my Momma be so proud of me I’m bringing home a baby bumble bee
Ow! It stung me! Hi, I’m a bee. You may not know this but bees are very important
bugs. It’s a bit complicated… but I will try
and explain. You see… bees love pollen. Pollen is a sticky powder that is made in
the center of the flowers of plants. We love the taste of pollen and we use it
to feed ourselves and our families, and some of us even make honey with it. But pollen is also very important for flowers
and plants too. After pollen is made, it needs to travel deeper
into the center of the flower where there are tiny eggs. When the pollen touches the tiny eggs, pollination and
then fertilization happens, and the eggs grow into seeds. The plant keeps growing and some make fruits
or vegetables. The seeds are still there but will one day
fall off, go back into the ground to make more plants, which make more flowers, which
make more fruit and vegetables and seeds! And seeds of course will one day go back into
the ground to make more plants, which make more flowers, which make more fruit and vegetables
and seeds! I just said that BUT WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO
DO WITH ME? WITH BEES? OK… like I mentioned… pollen needs to
travel BUT… it can’t move by itself. So us bees help the pollen move by accident. We collect the pollen for ourselves, but it
also gets stuck all over us. When we fly from flower to flower, we spread
that pollen around to different parts of the flowers. This helps with pollination, then fertilization,
which makes seeds. And seeds of course will one day go back into
the ground to make more plants, which make more flowers, which make more fruit and vegetables
and seeds! I’VE SAID THAT LIKE THREE TIMES! So you should never take home a bee. Yes it could sting you, but more importantly,
if you take a bee away from it’s home, it can’t help the flowers around it’s home
turn into the tasty fruits and vegetables that we all need to survive. You know what? Let’s sing a new song. Let’s try this one more time, but this time
with some of my vintage 80’s keytar… Hit it! I’m wondering about my baby bumble bee
Why did it have to sting me? It’s stinger is there to protect it you
see The bee was just scared not angry If you bring home a baby bumble bee
It can’t pollinate the plants or the trees And there might not be food for you and me.
Or did I mention, delicious honey! So now… I’m protecting my baby bumble bee
Won’t my Momma be so proud of me If I don’t bother it, it won’t bother
me. Hey! It didn’t sting me That’s right… it didn’t sting you. So protect the bees. You’ve BEEn told. BEE safe out there. BEE kind to… the bees. Oh hey… hey what did one bee say to the
other when they landed on the same flower? Buzz off! And who is a bee’s favorite musician? Sting. Or maybe is it… BEEyonce? Oh… what does a bee like on their sushi? WasaBEE! OK OK I’ll quit ‘pollen’ your leg. Eh! OK. OBKB!

19 thoughts on “The Baby Bumble Bee Song | The Importance of Bees | Scratch Garden”

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  3. What is your next video going to be about? Hope it’s another phonics one! (just in case if I’m right or not)

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