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Fly on over and check out these adorable crafts featuring bees for kids. They’re perfect for spring and summer crafting sessions.
While I’m not a fan of real bees, I do love finding an adorable bee-themed craft to do with little ones. They get a big kick out of buzzing around with a cute yellow and black bumblebee made with their own hands.
With construction paper, paint, glue, and other supplies you likely have stashed in your craft supplies, you’re all set for a fun crafting session with your preschoolers.
Crafts Featuring Bees for Kids
Recycle some old egg cartons, and help your preschooler turn them into egg carton bumblebees.
Gather some pipe cleaners and an empty cardboard tube, and you’re all set to create this fun bee craft. Then, you can try the honeycomb chocolate slice when you’re done.
You won’t believe how easy it is to create a paper plate bouncy bee to go with your favorite bee books.
If you drink wine (or know someone who does), gather some wine corks for this craft. Then, your preschoolers can paint bumble bees and spring flowers with the wine corks.
The doily wings make this paper bag bee super cute!
This egg carton beehive and bee craft are perfect for imaginative play.
I’ve mentioned many times how much I love handprint crafts. If you do, too, you’ve got to check out this handprint bumble bee.
Crafts made from recycled materials serve dual purposes. They use up materials that would other go in the trash, and they result in a fun crafting session for kids. This recycled bee craft is the perfect example.
Crafting with nature is so much fun! I love these pine cone bumble bees! They’re perfect for little hands.
Get kids excited about reading when they make this bee corner bookmark.
Preschoolers can act out their favorite bee stories with these incredibly cute bee finger puppets.
This bee finger puppet will have kids using their fine motor skills, and creates a fun sensory activity, as well.
Here’s a fun paper roll bee craft for your little ones to try. They should be able to most of the work on their own.
This thumbprint honey bee hive is super easy to make. You can add details first and let kids fill it in, or let them make thumbprints and add details later. Either way, it’s sure to be a hit.
Here’s a fun accordion paper bee craft that will likely require a little help from an adult. However, the result is a fun bouncy bee your kids will love.
A paper plate, paint, and pom poms are all you need for your little ones to create this fun paper plate bee craft.
Summer is a great time to make this adorable popsicle stick bee craft with your preschoolers.
Have you tried painting rocks with your preschoolers yet? These bee painted rocks will look great in your garden or in a planter inside. They’re so cute!
Your preschoolers will love this jolly little bee cup craft!
Your kids will love planting a few wildflowers in this fun handprint bumble bee planter.
This bee hand puppet is perfect for storytelling, imaginative play, and more!
This woven paper plate bee craft has cute handprint wings and woven stripes that will help your preschoolers work their fine motor skills.
These fingerprint bees pair perfectly with a beehive painted with leftover bubble wrap.
Did you know you can paint with balloons? You sure can, and these balloon-printed bees are simple to make and so adorable.
Which of these crafts featuring bees for kids will you try first with your preschoolers?