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A pollinator is an animal that helps plants produce fruit or seeds. When pollinators such as bees, birds, bats, butterflies, and small mammals go to plants to eat their nectar, they get pollen grains stuck on them, which then rubs off onto the next plant they travel to. The pollen from one plant can fertilize the next plant that the pollinator gets nectar from. Only fertilized plants can make fruit and/or seeds, and without them, the plants cannot reproduce.

Pollinators are essential to plant propagation and our food production. As the earth warms and precipitation changes, pollinators and their plants are in trouble - we will learn more with the following activities.

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storytelling
 
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Climate Science & Pollinators Traveling Trunk

While participating in the Climate Kids activities of art, science, and storytelling, students will gain an understanding of what pollinators are, their important role in our lives, and how they will be affected by a changing climate and increased human activity.

Activity Type

Multimedia

Activity Time

Varies

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Climate Science + Pollinators Traveling Trunk Training

Learn how to use the Climate Science + Pollinators Traveling Trunk with your student group.

While participating in the Climate Kids activities of art, science, and storytelling, students will gain an understanding of what pollinators are, their important role in our lives, and how they will be affected by a changing climate and increased human activity.

Activity Type

Video

Activity Time

10 minutes

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General Climate Kids
Resources

Check out the educational materials, coloring books, and fun activities that cover numerous subject topics!

Activity Type

Multimedia

Activity Time

Varies

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