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Interactive video lesson plan for: Pollination lesson with stop motion science animation for kids

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Lucas Miller, the "singing zoologist," teaches about the interdependence of bees and flowering plants in a fun little stop-motion science video. Like it? Subscribe here and/or at lucasmiller.net for more fun, free science videos and songs.

What's pollen and why is it important? What's the difference between pollen and nectar? Are bees just being helpful or is there something in it for them? You'll find out in this video and, hopefully, you'll laugh a little too.

This was created using tools from The Edge of Imagination Station which will soon be available to YOU. Check out their channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/TheEofIS?feature=g-high-u

Lucas' school author visits and family concerts are hilarious, educational and fun for kids AND their parents (imagine that!). Check him out at www.lucasmiller.net.

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