Keikos cam4 HomeGuitar Pro MP3sA HI RS ZRagtime MarchesTV Movie ThemesChristmasFav LinksA HNote All of the songs on this page were optimized to be played on a Soundblaster AWE sound card with the GS soundfont bank selected. They should still sound fine on any General MIDI wavetable sound card. If you have any trouble with these songs try changing the instrument patch with any sequencing software or Email me and let me know of the problem.If you enjoyed the music on this site and would like to learn how to do itThe following is an alphabetical list by title of some of the songs. I will keep updating every couple of weeks.Updated 1052016. Added 27 New or Revised MIDI files to this page.

Bumble bee kinds Heres a fun DIY bumble bee game. Its great handson activity to play maths games or work on spelling.Bumble bee game math and spellingHave you got some plastic eggsleft over from Easter Pick out the yellow ones and use a black permanent marker pen to turn them into little bumble bees. Prepare some number or letter tiles to go inside them. Use a permanent marker to write on a piece or foam or card and then cut out each individual letter or number. You can use this game for both spelling and math practise see below for some suggestions.Pop your playing tiles inside a bumble beeAnd then set your bees in your beehive made from a painted cardboard box with an open top so they can fly in and slot in the bottom so you can take them out.Add in a little pretend play. We had fun making our bees fly around their garden collecting nectar numbers.To play take out a bumble bee from your hive and open it up to see what its got inside.If you have some letters can you rearrange them to spell out a wordIf you have a pair of numbers can you add them together to work out their totalOr rearrange a selection of numbers into a line going from smallest to biggestMore ways to play both numbers and letters using the ideas above.Prepare some sets of tiles so you can work on your childs current spelling list or Or make a set of vocabulary words all on a theme perhaps some garden words to match your bee theme or

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Best tinder profiles Solitary BeesDid you know that Britain has more than 260 species of native bee All of these bees play an essential role in your garden by pollinating flowers. But these bees are becoming scarce with fewer wild flowers and suitable nest sites and an increase in pesticide use. Now around 25 per cent of our native bees are listed as endangered species. Please dont get mixed up with HoverfliesOut of these 260 species ... over 95 of them are solitary bees. There are too many to name and talk about each one individually ... so I have picked but a few.I will also show how YOU can help ... read to the endBy solitary we mean that a single female after she emerges from her pupae and is mated by a male constructs provisions and lays an egg in each cell in a nest by herself. This in comparison with social calledeusocial bees like the Bumble Bees Honey Bees and Stingless Bees all of whom have a Queen who lays eggs and a number of workers who look after them.Female solitary bees prepare their own nest in the ground in cracks or crevices in walls or in wood. They gather nectar and pollen as food for their own offspring and provide little or no further care after their eggs are laid.Solitary bees come in many different sizes colours

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