Honey Bee Crafts and Activities (Roundup)
The Honey Bee keeps our food supply going through pollination. Here are some crafts and activities to remind us how important they are to us. Choose a honey bee project and tell a story about the honey bee that preschoolers will remember and repeat to friends and family.
Check out a website called Live Youth Strong that has a blueprint for individuals or groups geared to different ages working together or independently as they explore how to help the honey bees and many other topics.
Youth Strong has a program to help kids and their friends to explore new things. Your little ones can earn a Honey Bee Helper Patch that they can proudly display on a tote or hat. Getting involved in the program can be a one time activity or a longer commitment to a cause that you and your family or organization feel dedicated to.
Free Kids Crafts has a number of Honey Bee crafts that are easy for young children like this Paper Plate Bee. Rock Hide and Seek is a fun craft to make and even more fun to play and the Bee Sun Catcher will bring a smile to their faces even on rainy days.
Crafts by Amanda has this adorable Twirling Duct Tape Bee that the kids will love to watch as it spins.
Teachers the kids will love this cute little Busy Bee Pot as it sits on your desk year round to remind them of the honey bees.
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