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Bee Preschool Curriculum Activities. What’s the buzz all about? It’s about this month’s theme—BEES. What would we do without these little creatures? They provide us with honey and they pollinate flowers. And they are like humans in many ways: bees have jobs, bees make bread, and bees like to dance. Our educational bee-related crafts, activities, folder games, rhymes, and resources will provide your child with hours and hours of learning and fun. Here are some of our more than 80 bee crafts, bee preschool activities, and resources available in our KidsSoup member site:

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Flower Pot with Bee Craft
Decorate a plastic cup with bee and flower stickers. Plant some flower seeds. Glue a bee cut out to the top a of craft stick to make a plant stake.

Balloon Bees
Blow up a yellow balloon for each child. Have children draw with eyes, mouth, and stripes with a black marker. Let them tap their "bees" around the room to the "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Korsakov.


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Bee Activities

Plant a Bee Garden
With children, plant flowers that attract bees such as black-eyed Susans, lantana, and zinnias and herbs such as lavender, basil, and sage.


Where Are My Bees?
To reinforce the parts of a bee, play this fun game with your children. Have children sit in a circle and let them pretend to be little bees in a classroom. Explain that the little bees will learn about their body parts and as soon as the teacher ask them about their wings they can fly around the room until the school bell rings (demonstrate the little bell ringing.)

Call out "Where are my bees?" Let children stand up and say, "Here we are!" Ask, "Where's your head, little bees?" Children point to their heads and say, "Here's my head." Ask, "Where's your thorax, little bees?" Children point to their chest and say, "Here's my chest." Ask, "Where's your stomach, little bees?" Children point to their stomach and say, "Here's my stomach." Ask, "Where are your wings, little bees?" Children flap their arms and say, "Here are my wings." And let them fly around until you ring a bell to gather back in the circle.

Repeat with other body parts such as eyes, tongue, and legs. As soon as you as "Where are your wings, little bees?" let the little bees fly around in the room.



Note: Before you serve any honey snacks check for honey allergies.

Honey Milk Balls


1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup powdered milk
3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs
Mixing bowl
Mixing spoon

What you do:

Mix honey, peanut butter, powdered milk, and graham cracker crumbs in mixing bowl. Form mixture into 2-inch diameter balls. Chill if desired and then eat.

Bee Songs and Rhymes:

Bumblebee on My Nose
(Tune: Jingle Bells)
Author Unknown

Bumblebee, bumblebee
Landing on my toes.
Bumblebee, bumblebee,
Now he's on my nose.
On my arms,
On my legs,
On my elbows.
Bumblebee, oh, bumblebee,
He lands and then he goes.


Bee and Bear book

Do You Like To Buzz?
(Tune: Do Your Ears Hang Low)
Author Unknown

Do you like to buzz?
Are you covered all in fuzz?
Do you call a hive a home
In the garden where you roam?
Do you know how to make honey?
Are your stripes a little funny?
Do you like to buzz?


The Honeybee & the Robber by Eric Carle


Bees and Beehive Finger Play

Two Big Beehives
Author Unknown

Two big beehives (Hold out two fists.)
Closed up tight,
Protecting sleeping bees (Rest head on hands.)
All through the night.

When the morning sun (Make circle with arms over head.)
Shows its light,
Ten little bees (Hold out two fists.)
Take to flight. (Open fists and wiggle fingers away.)


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