“Are You a Bee?” and Honeybee Bubblewrap Painting

Lesson Plans

Many people are afraid of bees but honey bees are incredible. Are You a Bee? by Judy Allen with illustrations by Tudor Humphries shows that — from the perspective of a honeybee — the backyard is a busy place. A young bee faces many challenges as it takes its place in the hive. Are You a Bee? is a 32-page book that is great for five to eight years old. Learning the way of a bee’s life will help children lessen their fears towards the insect. The book explains how bees are born and how they survive. It starts off with the bees being developed after it hatches, and how they are taken care of until the time they harvest the honey.

Please click here to visit my storefront to purchase the supplies needed to make this project.

Bubble Wrap Bee Hive

You Will Need:

Bubble Wrap
Yellow Washable Paint
White Paper and Black Paper
Scissors
Rolling Pin
Packing Tape
Paper Plate
Glue Stick

What to Do:

1. Protect the working surface. Spread a little yellow paint on a paper plate.

2. Wrap bubble wrap around a rolling pin gently with packing tape.

3. Lightly roll bubble wrap in paint on plate. Less is best — the end result looks better with very little paint.

4. Roll the rolling pin on white paper. Allow to dry.

5. Cut out the beehive shape from the paper.

6. Paste a black circle to the bottom of beehive.

You can buy the book and many of the supplies needed for this project by clicking the links above of visiting my storefront at https://www.amazon.com/shop/bethebestnannynewsletter

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