Fondren Middle School “Egg Baby” Project
As part of their Bee Busy STRAPP program, students from Fondren Middle School are making egg babies to gain insight into what it is like to care for something fragile other than themselves.
Students must keep the egg baby with them at all times and take care of the egg for a while and treat it like a child. During this time students will study the reproductive systems and human development.
Health Extravaganza for Youth (HEY!)
On December 22, 2014 – In the spirit of giving back to the community, Bee Busy Learning Academy, Inc. (Bee Busy) kicked off the winter break for area high school students with the annual Health Extravaganza for Youth (HEY), an educational event held this year at Dave and Buster’s Grand Marquee. Bee Busy provided prizes, goodie bags, continental breakfast, lunch and a full day of play for over 200 students.
Chocolates, Cocktails and Compassion
Our holiday benefit cocktail party is on Thursday, December 4, 5:30-9 p.m. at 6421 Teal Run Street in SW Houston. Go ahead and make your hard RSVP today here and make your best tax- deductible donation to support Bee Busy, Inc. and the Move Center.
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