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Bee Crafts, Bee Projects, Bee Unit Study Ideas for Homeschool, Preschools, and Daycares



Bee Bookmark Craft with Benjamin Franklin Quote and Writing Activity

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This bookmark is a great way to inspire children to do their best. The pattern includes both a back an front panel that fold together.

You can make this craft into a learning activity by having your children write things they want to accomplish on the inside of their bookmarks.

Patterns for this craft are available to members.

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Bee Printable Game Cards

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Use these bee-themed printable cards to review site words, math facts, and other facts.

Help children develope their concentration and memory skills by playing a match game with the cards.

Use the cards to write facts about bees to play a game usng the printable bee game board below.



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Collecting Nectar Printable Bee Game Board


This game board is made from four sheets of card stock taped together with another sheet for the center of the board.

Have your children make up questions about bees and write them on the bee cards (above).

Use a hole punch to punch out at least thirty yellow circles to use as pollen. Place some "pollen" on the center of each flower. You can place more than one pollen circle on some of the flowers.

Use bee pictures as the playing pieces. Give each child a bee pattern and tell him or her to color it and draw a face on it.

To play children place their bees on any of the flowers of the game board. Then they take turns rolling a die and moving that many spaces forward or backward on the game board trying to land on a flower with pollen. If a player answers a question correctly, he or she gets to keep the pollen, if the flower the player landed on still had one. The child with the most pollen pieces at the end of the game wins.

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Queen Bee Crown Craft

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What you will need:

Yellow Paper


Tape or Glue

Magic Markers

Plastic Gems


How to Make the Queen Bee Crown:

1. Before class cut out long strips of yellow paper to make the band twice as wide as you want the band to be. Make sure it is long enough to fit around your child's head. Fold the band in half.

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2. Cut out triangle shapes to fit inside the band.

3. Glue the triangle shapes inside the folded band and then glue the crown into a circle shape.

4. To finish glue on gems or draw them on with magic markers.

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Kid Tested Craft


Will, Luke and Cole demonstrate how to make the paper crowns. Watch on Danielle's Place Youtube Channel.

Find more kid-tested crafts on our Kid-tested Craft Page.


Bee Paper Bag Puppet Craft

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What you will need:

Yellow Paper Treat Bags

White Card Stock (Heavy Paper)

Black Chenille Stems

Black Markers or Crayons

Glue Sticks


White Paper

Colored Pencils



How to Make the Paper Bag Puppet Bee:

1. Fold back the corners of the bottom of the bag as shown in the picture and glue them down.

2. Use a marker or a black crayon to draw on the bee's stripes.

3. Fold a black Chenille stem in half and wind the ends around a pencil to make coils. Glue and tape the antennas to the back of the bag.

4. Cut legs from black paper and glue them to the bag.

5. Draw eyes and wings on white cardstock, cut them out, and glue them to the paper bag. (Patterns for the wings, legs, flower, and eyes are available to members.)

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Bee Paper Plate Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Six-inch Paper Plates (Lunch size)

Tissue Paper or White Plastic Grocery Bag

Yellow, Black and Pink Patio Paint

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun or Tacky Glue


Striped Pipe Cleaners

Black Chenille Stems


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How to Make the Bee Paper Plate Craft:

1. To make the bee's head fold a 6-inch paper plate in half and then unfold it. Punch holes on the fold line for the antennae. Insert a Chenille stem into one hole and then up through the other. Bend down the ends.

2. Fold the paper plate in half again. Fold back the pointed ends, and then fold them forward.

3. Open up the folded plate a little and push folded sides into the center of the paper plate. Glue the sides together. (See Diagram.) (A pattern for this craft is available to members.)

4. Cut a slit in the back of the head. Overlap the paper plate in the back and glue it together to make a dart. This will make the mouth open slightly. Crease the front, bottom of the paper plate to make the mouth. (See diagram.)

5. To make the bee's body fold a 6-inch paper plate in half. Glue the head to the body.

6. Cut wing shapes from tissue paper or a white plastic bag. Scrunch up the end that connects to the body and glue them under the head. (A pattern for the wings is available to members.)

7. Cut Chenille stems in half, fold them into leg shapes and then glue them to the body as shown in the picture. You can punch holes in the body paper plate and insert the legs into the holes and tape them to the inside of the body.

8. To finish cut the eyes from the pattern (or draw them) and glue them to the head.

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Bee Craft - Bent Spoon Bee Pocket Buddy Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Cheap Plastic Yellow Spoons

Black Sharpie Permanent Marker

Paper Doilies

10 mm Wiggle Eyes

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun or Two-sided tape, and Elmer's Tacky Glue

One-Inch Black Pom Poms

Utility Lighter with Long Handle

Black Chenille Stems or Pipe Cleaners



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How to Make the Bent Spoon Bee Pocket Buddy Craft:


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1. Hold a plastic spoon in your left hand (if you are right-handed) so that it is parallel to the table with the concave side facing down (The picture to the right shows a fork, but it is the same technique.)

2. Hold the lighter with your right hand underneath the spoon near the top of the handle where the head of the spoon meets the handle. *Do not hold the lighter too close to the fork because it could catch fire. You only want to heat it up. (This part of the craft is for adults only. Children should not use lighters.) When the spoon starts to melt and bend remove the lighter and bend the head spoon down so that it meets the handle. Hold it in place for about ten seconds until the plastic hardens.

3. To make the bee's body draw stripes on the spoon with a permanent marker as shown in the picture above.

4. To make the wings of the bee cut heart shapes from the paper doily or just regular paper and glue them to the inside of the spoon.

5. Glue a one-inch black pom pom to cover the bend in the spoon for the bee's head.

6. To finish glue on wiggles eyes and black pipe cleaners for the antennae.

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Examine a Beehive and Make a Beehive and Bee Picture

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If possible, bring in an abandoned beehive for the students to examine. Provide magnifying glasses so they can get an up close look!

What you will need:

Old Beehives if available, or Pictures from the Web

Dark Colored Paper

Black and Brown Marker (We used the Black and Sharpie Bronze Metallic Fine Point Permanent Markers.)

Yellow and White Acrylic Paint - Use Opaque Paint

One-inch paint brush

Bubble Wrap with the Small Bubbles


How to Make the Beehive and Thumbprint Bee Picture:

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1. Cut a piece of bubble wrap the shape of a beehive.

3. Turn the bubble wrap over to the bumpy side and paint over the area using a large paint brush and yellow paint.

4. Turn the painted side of the bubble wrap over and press it down on a piece of colored construction paper.

5. When the paint is dry trace around the edge of the hive with a dark marker.

6. Draw a tree branch at the top of the beehive using markers or crayons.

7. To make the bees dip your pointer finger in yellow paint and press your it down on the paper around the beehive. Clean off your finger and dip just your finger tip in white paint. Press it down near the yellow fingerprints to make the wings. When the paint is dry outline the bee's wings and draw in stripes with a dark marker.

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Bee with Pollen in Pollen Sacs Printable Picture

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Female bees collect pollen that will be used to make honey. They collect the pollen by combing off any pollen that has stuck to their antennae and hairs on their face. The pollen is then transferred to pollen sacs on the bee's hind legs.

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You may also print out the image for your children to use with their homeschool projects or reports about bees. Please leave the daniellesplace.com and copyright on the image.

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Bee Shape Book Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Yellow Card Stock (Heavy Paper)

White Printer Paper


Black Crayons or Markers

Black Chenille Stems (Pipe cleaners)

Small Foam Hearts or Hearts Cut from Pink Construction Paper





How to Make the Bee Shape Book Craft:

1. Draw a bee body shape and head shape on yellow card stock. Do not draw the head and body attached. Cut out the body shape and use it as a template to draw another matching body shape from the yellow card stock. Use the same shape as a template to make the pages of your book. Cut all the body shapes out and staple them together with a yellow body shape on the top and bottom. (A Pattern for this book is available to members on the "God's Masterpiece" Sunday School Lesson Page.)

2. Cut out the head shape and glue it to the front of the bee as shown in the picture above.

3. Draw wing shapes on white printer paper, cut them out and glue them to the back of the book.

4. Fold half a chenille stem in half and tape it to the back of the head. Glue heart shapes to the ends of the chenille stems.

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Bee Shape Book Craft for Kids

This craft comes from the Bug Buddies Studies a series of twelve lap books lessons. See below for more crafts and activities from this study.

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This book can be used for many purposes. Children can write facts about bees, write words that start with the letter "B", write a short story about a bee, etc.

What you will need:

Printer Paper

Black and Yellow Paper


Tape or Glue





How to Make a Bee Shape Book Craft:

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1. Draw six circles, one each 5 1/2" on black paper, 5 1/4" on yellow paper, 4 1/2" on black paper, 4 1/4" on yellow paper, 3 1/2" on black paper, and one 3 3/8" for the head on yellow paper. Cut out six legs and two antennae from black construction paper. Draw wings on white paper and cut them out. Draw a face on the smallest circle.

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2. Place all the circles, except the head, one on top of the other, starting with the biggest black circle. Place each smaller pattern on top of the larger pattern. Align all the circles so that they are even at the top and staple them at the top.

3. Glue the legs onto the black body pieces as shown and the antennae to the head. Glue the head onto the body covering the staple as shown. Glue the wings to the back of the book.

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Free Bee Candy Dish Craft for Kids

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This craft is great to use at a party with a bug or bee theme. Place sweet honey candy, Honey Nut Cheerios, or Honey Comb Cereal in the bowl.

What you will need:

7 3/8" Plastic or Paper Bowls

Card Stock (Thick Paper)


Black Paint




How to Make a Bee Candy Dish:

1. Print out the pattern onto white card stock. Color the bees face, and cut out the patterns.

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2. Paint the paper or plastic bowl or use one that is already black or yellow. Glue the antennae to the head and the head onto one side of the bowl. Glue on the legs and feet. Cut a stinger from black construction paper and glue it to the bowl.

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Foam Bee Pin Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Yellow, white, and black craft Foam-Sheets

3/4" Black Pom Poms

Black Chenille Stems

Wiggle Eyes

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Straight pins

Adhesive Bar Safety Pins




How to Make a Foam Bee Pin Craft:

1. Cut 1/4" x 6" strips from the black and yellow craft foam sheets. Place one strip on top of the other and roll them together. Glue them together as you go. Use straight pins to hold the strips in place as you roll. Stick the straight pins through the layers from the sides to hold them together until they dry or use a low temp. hot melt glue gun.

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2. Once the glue on the body is dry, glue a black pompom to the side of the circle where the strips end. Glue on googly eyes and chenille stems for the antennae.

3. Cut two wing shapes from white craft foam and glue them to the back of the body.

4. To finish stick a self-sticking pin back to the back of the bee.

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More Bee Crafts and Activities from Bug Buddies Study


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This Christian-based set of studies introduces children to variety of amazing insects. Each lesson emphasizes a Biblical concept relating it to a specific insect, and encourages children to dig deeper and learn more about insects. They are child-directed, designed to get them questioning and digging for the answers, and encourages them to use their creativity. These studies do not throw out a lot of facts which your child is expected to memorize. Children learn through investigation, hands-on activities, games, repetition, and creating. Children can create file folder books for each study to help them remember and categorize what they have learned. Children will enjoy looking back at what they have learned, and sharing it with others.

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Craft Spoon Bee Refrigerator Magnet Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Wooden Craft Sticks

White Foam-Sheet

Black Chenille Stems

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Yellow Acrylic Paint

Wiggle Eyes

5 mm Black Pom Poms

Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Markers



How to Make a Craft Spoon Bee:

1. Paint a craft spoon yellow and let it dry.

2. Cut a pipe cleaner about two inches long and fold it in half. Glue it onto the back of the craft spoon with a low temperature glue gun.

3. Glue tiny black pompoms on to the ends of the antennae, or just fold the ends down.

4. Wind pipe cleaners around the craft spoon to make the body.

5. Cut heart-shaped wings from craft foam and glue it to the back of the bee.

6. To finish draw a face on the bee with a permanent marker and glue on wiggle eyes.

7. To finish glue a magnet to the back of the bee.

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Bee Balloon Decoration Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Two Large Yellow Balloons

Yellow and Black Tissue Paper

Paper Glue (rubber cement)

Black Permanent Marker

Black Pipe Cleaner

Small Black Pompoms


Black Heavy Duty Tthread


How to Make a Bee Balloon:

1. Blow up the two yellow balloons, one half the size of the other. Glue them together using rubber cement pressing the two rounded ends together. To glue together paint the rubber cement on each of the balloons and let dry for a few seconds and then press together.

2. Cut a strip of black tissue paper about 4" wide and tape around the center of the body. Cut two large circles of black tissue paper. Use a plate to trace around. Cut into the circles and cut out the center. Place one circle around the neck of the bee like a collar. Cut off any extra tissue paper and tape the tissue paper down. Do the same at the bottom of the bee.

3. Crinkle up a sheet of yellow tissue paper bringing the long side of the tissue paper together to form wings. Tape at the center. Cut the wings to the right size. Tape them to the back of the bee at the neck area.

4. Fold a black pipe cleaner in half, glue a pompom to each end of the pipe cleaner, and wrap it around the knot on the top of the bees head.

5. Draw on eyes and a mouth with a black permanent marker.

6. Tie a piece of thread to the top of the head to hang the bee.

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Beehive Piñata or Decoration

This beehive can be used as a piñata or just a decoration. If you want to use it as a decoration you don't have to do the paper mache. Just tape the tissue paper to a white balloon.

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What you will need: News print paper (the stuff used in packaging), white craft glue, (Elmer's Glue works well), Large round balloon, Petroleum jelly, Paint, white tissue paper, tape, strong nylon string, yellow paper, scissors, heavy duty thread.

How to make a beehive piñata:

1. To prepare: Rip up news print paper to about 1" by 3" strips.

2. Blow up the balloon to the size you want the beehive to be. Smear petroleum jelly all over the balloon and place it in a bowl that has also been smeared with petroleum jelly. The bowl should be big enough to fit only about 1/4 of the balloon in. The bowl will hold the balloon in place and keep it from rolling around while you work.

3. Cover your work area with old newspapers or a plastic drop cloth.

4. Prepare the glue mixture in a medium size bowl. To start mix 1/4 cup glue with 1/2 cup water.

5. Soak some of your paper strips in the glue mixture for a minute or two. Remove one strip at a time pulling the strips between your fingers to get rid of any excess glue and place them on the balloon to form the beehive. (It is important not to use too much glue or it will take too long to dry). Cover the whole balloon with one layer of newspapers overlapping them slightly so that there are no holes. When you have finished the first layer place the balloon with the bowl in a warm place to dry overnight. Repeat this process. Wind your nylon string around the balloon a couple of times ending with both ends of the string at the top of the balloon. You may have to tape the string in place. Cover the entire balloon again a few times. When all the layers have dried thoroughly, remove the balloon from the bowl and punch a hole in it so that the air is released. Remove the balloon carefully.

6. Cut 2" strips of white tissue paper. Starting in the middle of the beehive tape the tissue paper around the hive. Add new layers overlapping slightly as you work your way to the top and bottom of the hive.

7. Fill the beehive with candy. For a special effect, wrap each piece of candy with yellow Handi-wrap twisting the ends to make them look like bee wings.

8. Cover a long broom handle with brown twisted tissue paper. Twist some extra pieces of brown tissue paper to make some extra branches. Glue the branches to the broom handle. Cut out leaves from green tissue paper and glue them to the end of the branches.

9. Print out the Bee Pattern onto bright yellow paper. Cut out the bees and glue them to the beehive. Hang some bees from thread. Glue two bees together so that you can see the bee from both sides.

10. Use as a piñata or hang the beehive in a flag post near your door.

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Pompom Bee Craft for Kids

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What you will need:

Black and Yellow Yarn

Poster board or card board from a cereal box

Black Chenille Stems

Yellow felt or Foam-Sheets

Wiggle Eyes

Pom Pom Maker - (Optional)

You can buy plastic pom pom makers in several different designs.

The Clover Small Pom Pom Maker allows you to wind one half of the donut shape at a time so you don't have to poke the yarn through hole, but it does take some maneuvering. You can see a video on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2Ma-hgQIDU.

The Susan Bates Easy Wrap Pom Pom Maker is a little easier to use because the two sides of the pom pom are wrapped separately. Wrapping only one half of the circle saves a lot of time because you don't have to poke the yarn through the hole in the center of the donut shape. You can see a demonstration using this pom pom maker on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaSqTUgFHi4.

SUSAN BATES has another pompom maker that is just plastic circles with a ridge in the middle. They are used the same way as the directions above.


How to Make a Pom Pom Bee:

How to Make Your Own Pom Poms Without a Pom Pom Maker:

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1. Draw two three-inch circles onto card board (Card board from cereal boxes work well.) or the size you would like your pom poms. Then draws circles inside the two circles. The bigger the inside circle the thicker your pom poms will come out.

2. Cut out the inside circles to make donut shapes.

3. Place the two donut shapes together and wind long pieces of yarn through the holes in the donut shapes and around the outside until you have fill up the hole with yarn. To keep the yarn ends secure just wind the yarn around the ends until the ends are covered by the yarn. Add new lengths of yarn the same way.

Cover the entire donut shape with yellow yarn and then cover the yellow yarn with black yarn. Alternate the colors until you fill in the hole.

4. When you have the hole filled up with yarn cut around the outside edge of the donut shape with sharp scissors all the way down to the card board.

5. Separate the two donut shapes and insert a piece of yarn between the shapes. Tie the yarn pulling it as tight as you can.

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6. Cut the card board shapes and pull them away from the pom pom. Trim any pieces of yarn that are sticking out too far.  Trim the ball to be a little pointy at one end. This is the bees tail where his stinger is located.

7. To save time you can cut the donut shapes so that they aren't complete circles. In this way you will just slip the yarn through the cut slit instead of inserting the yarn through the hole. See this YouTube video for a demonstration of this technique.

8. Make the bee's head in the same manner using yellow yarn except use a two-inch donut instead of a 3-inch donut. I added a little bit of black, but it isn't necessary.

6. When the head is finished hot melt glue it onto the body. Glue on eyes and pipe cleaner antennae. Glue on a nose and mouth if desired.

7. See how many other creatures you can make using pompoms in this manner.

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Good Books About Bees

Read "The Bee Tree" by Patricia Polacco

A little girl, tired of reading, wants to go outside and play. Her grandfather uses the opportunity to teach his granddaughter the importance of reading by taking her on a hunt for a bee tree.

the bee tree

The little girl learns that just as there is sweetness in honey, there is sweetness inside a book too. Her grandfather says, "Adventure, knowledge, and wisdom don't come easily. You have to pursue them. Just like we ran after the bees to find their tree, so you must also chase these things through the pages of a book!

The Bible has many verses about the advantages of gaining wisdom and knowledge. You can use this book to open a discussion about the important of studying God's Word and relate it to the sweetness of honey.

"Know also that wisdom is sweet to your soul; if you , there is a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off." Proverbs 24:14

"More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb." Ps. 19:10



Bee Games and Activities


"Beeline" Game (Learn the Names of Common Flowers)

You will need different kinds of flowers cut from paper (use clip art) or artificial silk flowers. You can use more than one of each kind of flower. Before the game review with the children what each type of flower is called. Place the flowers all over the room. Have the children buzz around the room acting like bees. When you call out the name of a flower the bees look for that type of flower, grab it up, and make a "beeline" to the hive (finish line). The first child to make it to the hive with the right kind of flower wins. (Learning moment. After a bee locates nectar and fills itself up with it, he takes off in a straight line back to the hive or makes a "beeline" to the hive.)

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Carry Nectar Back to the Hive Relay Game

Talk about how bees and other insects have a special mouth called a proboscis that is very long and helps them to get down into the cup of the flower and suck out the sweet nectar. Demonstrate how this is done by using a straw and a pitcher of Kool-Aid. Set the children up into teams with a pitcher of Kool-Aid for each team. Give each child a straw. When you blow a whistle the first person on each teams runs up to the pitcher and drinks as much as he can until you blow the whistle again. When the child taps the next person in line he runs up to the pitcher and starts to drink until the whistle is blown again. Continue until every child has had a turn or one pitcher is empty.

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Secret Smells

Tell the students that bees recognize each other by using their sense of smell. Try this out by playing a game of secret smells. Spray or dip cotton balls in the following scents making two of each: perfume, lemon juice, liquid spices, vinegar, or any other smell that is easily recognizable. Place these cotton balls in a plastic bag. Give one to each child making sure that another child has the match. Have them go around the room using their noses to find their secret partner. If you have a small group or a younger group, just make one of each scent and set them on a table. Have the children try to guess what the scent is.



Taste Different Kinds of Honey

flight if the bumblebee

Talk about how honey made from different kinds of flowers make different tasting honey.




Listen to "Flight of the Bumble Bee"

Have your children listen to The Flight of the Bumblebee from Tsar Saltan.

Have them pretend to be bummblebees while the song plays.



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