Teaching your child about bees using real-life examples might not be the best way forward, so we have a fun and creative replacement for the same! Create a setup of Buzzing Bees with your child and keep him/her bzzzzzz-y! Enjoy a paper craft bee colony activity!
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Materials You’ll Need:
- Coloured paper
- A pair of scissors
- Sketch pen
Instructions for Paper Craft Bee Colony:
- Roll a yellow paper and cut it into pieces.
- Cut strips of black paper and add them on the bees’ bodies.
- Draw eyes, cut, and stick them.
- Draw wings, cut, and stick them.
- Draw patterns for the hive.
- Bring the ends together and staple it.
- Stick it onto a coloured sheet of paper.
- Stick the bees onto it.
Bzzzzzz! Where’s the honey?
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