Spring Activity with Bee Craft and Number Order Math Activity with a Honeycomb
This Spring or Summer, practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills during math centers or your math lesson with this number order math activity. Students create bees during morning work and place numbers during math to create a bee-utiful honeybee bulletin board display!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Example
Page 4: Honeycomb
(Cut on the outside edge.)
Page 5: Numbered Hexagons, Bee
(Color cheeks pink.)
Page 6: Two Wings, Two Antennae (2 sets)
(Note that if cutting out the antennae is a challenge for your little ones, you might use pieces of black pipe cleaner instead.)
Book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Let Me Bee Give Bees a Chance
What If There Were No Bees?
The Very Busy Bee
Buzz-Buzz, Busy Bees
Bees and Their Hives
The Very Greedy Bee
Why Do We Need Bees?
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What our customers are saying about our products:
-provide engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice
while learning across the curriculum
-easily differentiated, based on student needs and allow room for teacher choice
-include consistent layouts; easy for students to understand
-low prep and a huge time saver; GREAT for subs
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