Please buzz through our page below and enjoy the Busy Bees at the Agriculture Museum presentation and any activities you, a student, or a family member would like to try. The content and activities are designed for grades K-5, and can be experienced by the student, or facilitated by a parent or teacher. “Bee” sure to have fun while learning more about bees!

Bee Punny!

This activity is intended for students from K-5 and can be facilitated by teachers or parents. The following Be Punny instructions and activity sheets provide for a fun and creative introduction to puns while practicing writing and art skills.

Download activity sheets for K-5 here

More Pun Resources:

Online and “Recommended!: Activities and Games Related to Bees

Examples of Puns for Kids: Your Dictionary Puns for Kids

TVO Kids Bee Game – This online, interactive, game is for preschoolers, and introduces the concept of how bees pollinate flowers: Bees and Honey

Google Bee Doodle – This fun and relaxing Google Bee Doodle was Designed to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!: Bee Doodle – Earth Day 2020

Coloring Sheets for the Little Busy Bees – Clipart Library (downloadable coloring sheets): Collection of Coloring Pictures of Bees

Tot Booklet-Bees from “Teaching Mommies” Webpages – Downloadable and Printable (educational for Preschool/Pre-K): Tot Book-Bees

This site on Felt Magnet definitely has some interesting and original bee craft ideas: 48 Beautiful and Creative Bee Craft Ideas

Additional Resources
for Teachers

The following resources feature more involved lesson plans for elementary grade levels. There are some resources on the websites that can be useful for at home learning as well.

National Agriculture in the Classroom: Honey Bees: A Pollination Simulation

Description: This lesson is indicated for grades 3-5, yet there are additional resources on their worth looking at that can work for younger students.

Kids Gardening.Org: Bee a Bee

Description: Grades K-3. This lesson and activities involve having kids make bee costumes and “flying” out to find “pollen” and “nectar.”

National Education Association (NEA): All About Honey Bees

Description: K-12. This NEA online resource features curriculum-based lesson/activity options related to honey bees for all grade levels.

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