Bee Themed Activity Sheets For Children

Here are a number of bee themed activity sheets for kids.  I created these myself as part of my desire to increase free resources for use with children, to teach and inspire them about bees.

They are free to download and include educational puzzles as well as fun-sheets.

Some are educationally helpful about bees and pollinators, whilst some use bees simply as a theme.

Feel free to download and print for use with children, for example in schools and activity groups.

These puzzle and activity sheets remain the copyright of www.BuzzAboutBees.net, and may not be altered or distributed online without permission.

For more activity sheets, including cut out and keep activities and craft ideas, as well as pages to paint and so on, please click here.


Bee Themed Educational Activity Sheets For Kids

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Bee-themed quiz puzzle



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Match the pictures (teaches children about bee behaviours)





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Bumblebees love lavender – maze puzzle




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Bees and flowers puzzle









General Bee Themed Activity Sheets And Puzzles

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Bee themed word search




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‘Spot the difference’ bee coloring page



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Bee puzzle – find the small grid inside the large grid



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Honeycomb word search puzzle



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Which bumblebee is the odd one out?














Wacky Fact

Did you know?

If the honey bee queen is removed from a hive, within 15 minutes, the rest of the colony will know about it!


Read more about the honey bee queen



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Did you know?

The world's largest bee is a type of leafcutter bee, and its name is Megachile pluto, also referred to as Wallace's giant bee

Females can be as large as 3.9cm (1.5") long with a wingspan of 6.3 cm (2.5")
Males grow to about 2.3 cm (0.9") long.


Read more facts about bees