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Learning about bees

This is some actives we did in our learning about bees lesson.
The first one is adding honey to our own beehive. (the honey is different yellow paints)
The second one is coloring in our beehives. (you can make your own coloring sheet by using permanent marker to make the picture) 
The last thing we did was try real honey from the hive! 
My kids loved looking at it and poking it to see all the honey spill out.
It is a must try

Other things you could do with this lesson is read a book about bees and honey~


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