Ask your child to swat a Bee or a Fly? Just when they think they have caught them, it flies away. That is because of it’s incredible eyesight, which can detect motion way better than human eye.
Bees and Flies have compound eyes. This enables them to see across a much wider range and gives them an unmatched ability to detect motion in their field of vision.
Help your child explore a Bee’s vision in an interesting, fun and easy way with our FREE Bee's Vision STEM Unit. The pack includes:
- Science of Compound eyes
- How Bees see the world
- Comparison between Human and Bee’s eyes
- STEM Challenge
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