What do chess and bees have in common? Both were subjects of activities at the Homewood Science Center on Saturday, May 26, in conjunction with the first summer season Farmers Market. Homewood bee enthusiast Christina Lindstrom offered a mini-Pop Up Science activity. She helped youngsters learn about pollination by "being bees." She had an array of different colored flower-shaped recepticals filled with beads of colors matching the flower. Children performed the role of bees, picking up "pollen" beads from one flower and depositing them in another, creating a multi-colored collection.The "bees" then . . .
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