Fun Stuff For Kids
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BuzzAboutBees Puzzles For Kids
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Match Together the Bees With The Correct Pictures
Honeycomb Word Puzzle
Bees Word Search
Match The Bees To The Flowers
Get a bee-themed bookmark
Body Snatcher Wasps!
Why are farmers turning to wasps to help them control crop eating pests?
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
Did You Know?
Male honey bees (drones)
have no father, but they do have a grandfather!
Does that sound impossible?
Read more about Drones!
Did you know?
If the honey bee queen is removed
hive, within 15 minutes,
the rest of the colony
will know about it!
Read more about the honey bee queen
Free clip art to copy and use:
Bee Clip Art
Bumblebee Clip Art
Fun, temporary tattoos - all on the theme of bees!
Test Your Knowledge: Take A Bees Quiz!
Flight Of The Bumblebee
Highly entertaining short video showing the flight of the bumblebee, with downloadable sheet music for Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov' "The Flight Of The Bumblebee", and instrumental.
Poems About Bees
Read these poems about bees. Have you written a poem about our buzzy friends? Why not add it to this website for others to enjoy?
Get some fun facts:
Honey Bee Facts
Get Cooking! Honey Recipes
Lessons from Bees!
What can humans learn from bees? Interesting short video.
Tumblebees - word game
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