Bees are one of the most important pollinators of our food crops. In the Bees Please! STEM Kit, students will build a flower model to gain a better understanding of pollination. Students will study their bees (each kit has a different species) and then exchange data and information with others in the class to explore bee biodiversity and behavior. Data in this kit comes from an on-going citizen science project that started as a CSU research project.

Big Concepts include:

Scientific Inquiry Skills include:

Bees Please! STEM Kit Tutorials

  • Bees Please! STEM Kit Use Instructions (complete teacher guide – coming soon)
  • Bees Please! STEM Kit Clean-Up & Repacking Instructions (coming soon)
  • Bees Please! STEM Kit Material List (coming soon)

Bees Please! STEM Kit Resources

  • Science Notebook Template (for use in lieu of Science Notebooks)
  • Science Notebook Template (Spanish version)
  • Science Notebook Evaluation Rubric (coming soon)
  • Bees Please! STEM Kit Instruction Booklet
    (available upon request – email name and school to Dr. Andrew Warnock)

CSU Resources

  • Faculty Collaborator:

Other Useful Resources

Borrowing Bees Please! STEM Kits

There is no charge to educators who wish to borrow any of our STEM kits. Send the appropriate application form via email to Laura Schoenfeld ( or fax (970-491-2005). We appreciate applications to be sent 2 weeks in advance to the desired use date.