"Is a teacher’s one stop resource for engaging and effective educational materials on the subjects of health and well-being!"
My awesome brother Adam and his bee-autiful partner Jess are both teachers with more than ten years experience working with children. They created Bee Healthy stories so that teachers like themselves could easily find high quality, well planned and engaging materials to use in the classroom! #greatidea #lifesavers #thankyou
Bee Healthy topics focus on:
Having a positive self-esteem and making good choices can have a great impact on our health and well-being, and on the world! Bee Healthy Stories mission is to promote healthy lifestyles in young children to ensure they grow up and carry on leading healthy lives and change the world for the better!
Not only are the materials easy to use, fun and interactive for students, but all the stories and resources have been developed to educate students from Early Years to Primary and connect with the learning objectives of Australian and English curriculums.
But they don't stop there, they have even designed a range of successful workshops including: recycling and sustainability, sugar, healthy eating, exercise, personal and social learning, making good choices and mindfulness. If you are luckily enough to be based in Melbourne Australia I would certainly hire them! Whether it be at a school, a local community centre, library or even for a fun unique kids birthday party!
I was luckily enough to take part in Bee Healthy Workshops whilst I was in Australia and I can't express how much the children and the teachers and the parents enjoyed it!
Of course I have huge rush of bias love for this company, being family ;) But it shares very similar values to RoEco Fashion. Plus, due to the fact that I am currently training to be a teacher and creating my own RoEco Fashion workshops, so I understand and very much appreciate the benefits of such a creative, well put together and positive company!
Check out this Bee Healthy story based on how to deal with current global issues:
Inspired by: Australianscience.com.au - waste is a huge problem for us and for the environment. As we continue to waste more and more, we use more natural resources and increase pollution in our world.
If you enjoyed "That's Not Rubbish" be sure to check out the rest of what Bee Healthy Stories have to offer!