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Bee Crafts for School Projects

Bee Crafts For School Projects

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Bee Crafts for School Projects

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Bumblebee, busy bee, buzzing bee, all these are some of the cute nicknames that we usually use to call our near ones. Bees are charming and appealing to almost every youngster. There golden yellow colour and brown bands, buzzing sound attract every kid.

If you have been assigned with some project and you’re confused about what you should make. We are here to provide you with many interesting ideas that will be easy to make and less time-consuming.

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Bee Crafts for School Project

Pipe Cleaner Bee

Pipe Cleaner Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Kids Activities Blog

Materials required: 

  • Coloured paper
  • Glue
  • Wooden stick
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Googly eyes

Difficulty level:  Easy

Suitable age: 8-12 years

Take a green coloured sheet and cut it in the shape of grass using Scissors. Take the wooden stick and paste it with the wooden stick using glue. Wrap the pipeline cleaner around the wooden stick and also use a small length of it for antennae. Paste googly eyes at the top of the Wooden stick using glue. Paste wings on both of its sides using glue.

Egg Carton Bee

Egg Carton Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Buggy and Buddy

Materials required:

  • Egg carton
  • Yarn
  • Googly eyes
  • Cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 7-10 years

Cut one egg holder from the egg carton and colour it yellow. Paste the googly ears using glue. Draw the lips with the help of a sketch pen. Paste the wing made out of the cardboard at the top. Wrap it with the help of black coloured thread as shown in the image.

Cardboard Bee

Cardboard Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: I Heart Crafty Things

Materials required: 

  • Cardboard
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Sketch pens

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-10years

Take a cardboard piece and cut it in such a way so that the body of the honey bee is made. Paste the googly eyes and two thread strands which will represent the antennae using glue. Create two holes at the bottom but the diameter of the holes should be slightly larger than the diameter of your fingers so that we will be able to insert our fingers into them.

Toilet Paper Roll Bee

Toilet Paper Roll Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Easy Peasy and Fun

 

Materials required:

  • Sketch pens
  • Coloured paper
  • Glue
  • Cardboard sheet

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-10 years

Take an empty toilet paper roll and colour it with yellow colour and draw black thick strips on it as shown in the picture. Now make the wings of the honey bee out of paper and paste them on both sides of the toilet paper roll. Use black coloured paper strips as the antennae and draw the eyes using sketch pens.

Disposable Plate Bee

Disposable Plate Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Simple Everyday Mom

Materials required:

  • A coloured sheet of paper
  • Disposable plate
  • Colours
  • Pipeline cleaner

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-12 years

Take a disposable plate and colour it with yellow colour and draw black thick strips on it as shown in the picture. Now make the wings of the honey bee out of paper and paste them on both sides of the plate. Use pipeline cleaner as the antennae and draw the eyes using colours.

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Tin Can Bee

Tin Can Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: I Heart Arts N Crafts

 

Materials required:

  • Tin
  • Glue
  • Paper
  • Googly eyes
  • Colours

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 10-13 years

Take a tin and colour it with yellow colour and draw black thick strips on it as shown in the picture. Now make the wings of the honey bee out of paper and paste them on both sides of the can. Using glue paste the googly eyes and keep the flowers or plant in this can.

Busy Bee Headband

Busy Bee Headband  Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Simple At Home

Materials required:

  • Yellow pompoms
  • Black pipe cleaners
  • Paper

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 7-10 years

Take paper and cut thick strips out of it using Scissors. Paste its two ends in such a way so that it will be fixed with the circumference of our head. Take black pipeline cleaner and attach the pom-pom to it using glue then paste this complex over the antennae position of the paper band. Cut a triangular shape and paste it in between the antennae.

Cleaver Bee

Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Frugal Mom Eh!

Materials required:

  • Paper
  • Colours
  • Glue
  • Scissors.

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 7-9 years

Take the paper and cut it according to the shape of the bee. The Colour is as shown in the image. Paste the wings made from white paper using glue on both sides of the bee. Make the antennae and eyes from the paper and paste them according to their appropriate place.

Easy Bee

Easy Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Red Ted Art

Materials required:

  • Paper
  • Colours
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-10 years

Cut the paper according to the streamlined Shape as shown in the image using Scissors. Cut the two wings from a white sheet of paper and paste them on the body. Draw the other features with the help of colours.

Bumble Bee

Bumble Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Homeschool Preschool

Materials required:

  • Ice cream stick
  • Paper
  • Colours
  • Glue
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Tissue

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-11 years

Take a sheet of paper and cut it in the shape of the honey bee. Colour it yellow and draw Black thick lines over its body. Now take this honey bee and paste it on the Ice-cream stick using glue. Paste wrinkled tissue over the wings region and pipeline cleaner.

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Honey Bee

Honey Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Kim and Carrie

Materials required:

  • Transparent liquid glue
  • Glitter powder
  • Pebbles
  • Transparent container

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-12 years

Take a transparent container and fill it with liquid transparent glue. Add some golden coloured glitter powder to it. Mix the contents well so that the golden honey illusion is created.

Icecream Stick Bee

Honey Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: The Inspiration Edit

Materials required:

  • Transparent plastic wings
  • Glue
  • Ice-cream sticks
  • Googly eyes
  • Colours
  • Pipeline cleaners

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 8-11 years

Take some ice cream sticks and paste them side by side using glue. Colour the stick with yellow and black colour alternatively. Paste the 2 pairs of plastic transparent wings on both sides of the bees. Paste googly eyes and pipeline cleaner as antennae as shown in the image.

Straw Honey Bee

Straw Honey Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: I Heart Crafty Things

 

Materials required:

  • Straw
  • Gaper
  • Glue
  • Googly eyes
  • White paper

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 9-12 years

Take a sheet of paper and fold as shown in the image. Make little slits around the folds and pass the straw through them. Paste the wings from both sides. Draw lips using a sketch pen and paste googly eyes.

Bottlecap Bees

Bottlecap Bees Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Condo Blues

Materials required:

  • Bottle caps
  • Acrylics colours
  • Painting brushes

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 6-10 years

Collect some bottle caps and colour them with yellow acrylic paint. Using a painting brush, draw the other features of the honey bee as shown in the image.

Baby Bumblebee

Bottlecap Bees Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: The Inspired Treehouse

Materials required:

  • Balloon
  • Colours
  • Brushes

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 6-10 years

Take a balloon and fill it with water or air. Use colours from the outer side of the balloon and make the bee pattern. Draw the eyes also using colours and painting brush.

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Broadly Winged Bee

Broadly Winged Bee Bee Crafts For Kids for School Project

Image Source/Tutorial: Non-Toy Gifts

 

Materials required:

  • Cardboard piece
  • Paper
  • Pipeline cleaner
  • Glue
  • Sketch pens

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 8-11 years

Take the cardboard piece and cut it in the form of strips and draw lines on it as shown in the image. Take a yellow coloured paper sheet and twist it at the centre so that a pair of wings are formed. Paste the pipeline cleaner in the shape of antennae and cardboard strip at the point of twist of yellow papers using glue. Draw the eyes and lips using sketch pens.

Yellow Bee

Yellow Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: Fireflies and Mud Pies

 

Materials required:

  • Paper
  • Colour
  • Scissors

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-12 years

Take the white sheet of paper and draw a honey bee on it. Colour it properly as shown in the image. Cut its outline using Scissors.

Spoon Bee

Spoon Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: Redhead Can Decorate

Materials required: 

  • Pom poms
  • Rubber band
  • Wire
  • Googly eyes
  • Disposable spoons
  • Glue
  • Wooden stick

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 9-12 years.

Take a wooden stick and paste the pom-pom on the top of it using fabric glue. Take a hair rubber band and place it over the pom-pom as shown in the picture. Paste the googly eyes using fabric glue. Paste the spoon without its holding stick areas as the wings. Take some metallic wire and insert it inside the pom-pom to depict the antennae.

Pom Poms Bee

Pom Poms Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: Molly Moo Crafts

 

Materials required:

  • Pom poms
  • Fabric glue
  • Pipeline cleaner
  • Paper

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 9-13 years

Take two pom poms of different sizes, one small and one large. Paste them together using fabric glue. Insert pipeline cleaner around the head region and these will represent the antennae of the honey bee. Cut pair of wings out of paper and paste them using fabric glue.

Stitched Bee

Stitched Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: Mommy Made That

Materials required:

  • Synthetic fabric of different colours
  • Thread
  • Needle
  • Scissors.

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 8-11 years

Take the synthetic fabric and cut it into different pieces to make the different body parts of the bee. With the help of needle and thread, stitch these parts at their respective place so that we get the desired bee.

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Paper Bag Bee

Paper Bag Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: I Heart Crafty Things

Materials required:

  • Paper bags
  • Glue
  • Googly eyes
  • White doilies
  • Pipeline cleaner
  • Sketch pens

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 8-13 years

Take a paper bag and colour it with yellow colour and draw black thick strips on it as shown in the picture. Now make the wings of the honey bee out of white doilies and paste them on both sides of the paper bag. Using glue paste the googly eyes and pipeline cleaner at their respective places. Draw the lips using sketch pens.

Hanging Bee

Hanging Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: DIY n Crafts

Materials required: 

  • Can
  • Drilling machine
  • Colours
  • Thread
  • Buttons
  • Transparent wings
  • Bottle caps

Difficulty level: Easy

Suitable age: 10-12 years

Take a metallic tin or can and colour it as shown in the image. Make 5 holes in this can using a drilling machine. Pass the thread through 1 hole at the centre for inserting wings and for hanging the bee. The other 4 holes are meant for legs, pass thread also through it but the thread should be filled with the buttons.

Footprint Bee

Footprint Bee

Image Source/Tutorial: Fab Art DIY

Materials required: 

  • Watercolour
  • Sketch pen
  • Brushes.

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 5-10 years

Colour your foot with yellow colour. Now get its impression over the white sheet of paper. Using brushes and sketch pens draw the other features of the honey bee.

Pebble Bees

Pebble Bees

Image Source/Tutorial: Carolina Honey Bees

Materials required:

  • Pebbles
  • Acrylic paint

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 6-9 years

Collect some pebbles and colour them with yellow acrylic paint. Using a painting brush, draw the other features of the honey bee as shown in the image.

Marshmallow Stamped Bumble Bees

Marshmallow Stamped Bumble Bees

Image Source/Tutorial: The Pinterested Parent

Materials required:

  • Marshmallow
  • Colour
  • Sketch pens
  • White sheet of paper

Difficulty level: Very Easy

Suitable age: 8-12 years

Take a Marshmallow and paint its Base with yellow colour. Use this as a stamp and get its impression on the white sheet of paper. Draw the eyes, wings and other features of the bee using a sketch pen.

I hope this article served its purpose successfully. We have provided many ideas for school projects. Try these out and share your experience with us. Thank you.

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