Spring Fling: Watercolor!

Happy Earth Day! Let’s watercolor everything we love about Earth!

Let’s paint a bee!

Bees aren’t just fun to paint, they are amazing little insects! 

From World Book Online:

"Flowers provide food for bees. The bees collect tiny grains of pollen and a sweet liquid called nectar from the blossoms they visit. They make honey from the nectar, and use both honey and pollen as food. During their food-gathering flights, bees spread pollen from one flower to another, thus pollinating (fertilizing) the plants they visit. This enables the plants to reproduce. Numerous wild plants and such important food crops as fruits and vegetables depend on bees for fertilization."

Learn more about bees by going to World Book Online! The resource is available through our online catalog, located under the Electronic Resources tab. After you sign-in to the catalog with your library card number and password/phone number, you can click on the World Book Online link to access articles, reference tools, videos and activities for Early Learning, Kids, Student, Advanced or Activity Center.  

Join us next week on 04/22/2020 for another spring watercolor video! Happy painting!