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Bobby helps his mum to find a new location for their recently damaged school. Bobby enjoys his adventure to find the perfect spot – and makes the Hive very proud.
Bobby and his mum Betty find their school has been damaged by the farmers’ machinery cutting back the hedgerow. Betty is a teacher at the school and she asked Bobby to help her find a place for the new bee school. Bobby is keen to help and he thinks about the most important features for a new school. He ventures away from the hive out into the countryside to find the perfect spot – he wants to make his mum, Betty, proud. When he returns, he shares stories of his adventures with the whole hive. Bobby inspires the other bees to be determined problem solvers and feels that the whole adventure was very rewarding.  
Activities

An activity to develop and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills - putting into practice the learning from The Bumbles of Honeywood storybooks or supplementary teaching materials.

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A detailed plan to support teachers in delivering a lesson dedicated to the development of an entrepreneurial mindset. Highlighting areas of learning and key skills explored, this lesson guide will identify appropriate resources required for activities and also differentiation options for varied abilities.

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Design a smoothie
Bobby imagined the bees building colourful stalls for Honeywood Market where the little bees could sell their homemade products. Set the children the challenge of designing their own fruit smoothie with a partner. Their smoothies will need to have a very special ingredient - a spoon of honey!
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Ages 5 & 6
Design a smoothie (HA)
Your task is to design and create your own smoothie. List the ingredients and equipment you will need and remember to write out the method. Don’t forget to name it!
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Ages 5 & 6
Design a smoothie (LA)
Draw and label the ingredients you would like to use in your fruit smoothie and outline the steps you will take when you are thinking about making your smoothie.
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Ages 5 & 6
Design a smoothie logo
Tell the children that we are going to look at how businesses advertise. Introduce logos and branding to the children and encourage them to design their own logos for their smoothies.
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Ages 5 & 6
Design a smoothie presentation
Use the presentation to learn about the steps you need to take to create your own smoothie and a business just like Bobby. Think about the research you will need to do, how you will make your product and evaluate your work.
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Ages 5 & 6
Fruit tasting
Discuss with the children the importance of eating healthily. Ask them to think of foods that are healthy and unhealthy. Conduct a blind tasting session with fruit, encourage the children to use their senses to guess each fruit.
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Ages 5 & 6
Fruit tasting (HA)
Use the chart to conduct a fruit tasting with 4 new fruits. Think about what the fruit is and what it tastes like? What does it feel like? Encourage the children to think about their favourite fruit and why.
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Ages 5 & 6
Fruit tasting (LA)
Use the chart to conduct a fruit tasting with 2 new fruits. Think about what the fruit is and what it tastes like? What does it feel like? Encourage the children to think about their favourite fruit and why.
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Ages 5 & 6

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