With yellow and black bold text, our 4 page bee acrostic poem printable has four designs. Choose from lined or unlined, and with or without a picture.
We have bee story paper, reward charts, lacing cards and more ready to print and enjoy.
Get the kids to write an acrostic poem about a bee - perfect for a summer theme. They can colour the picture in too!
Just print out this page onto card and grab the scissors – soon you will have four cheeky bee bookmarks which we hope will delight the kids. Who could resist opening up a book when a bumblebee like this is poking out of its pages!
Trace the letters in the word "bee", first using your child's forefinger and then perhaps with a crayon or pencil. Then colour in the picture!
When the kids have learnt how to copy the bee with the help the grid, they could try it again on a plain piece of paper – and this time colour it in too.
Without bees where would we be?! Make this bee jigsaw and you have an activity which is a great introduction to insects and their interesting lives in the garden.
Here's a cute bee lacing card for preschool kids. Just print the pdf file below onto card, cut out, laminate if you wish and punch holes ready for your child to thread.
Learn about the bee and record your findings using our notebooking page printables. Choose the most appropriate - with space for illustration or without.
A fun printable puzzle for younger kids. Can they help the bee find his way to the flower? They can trace over each line with their finger or a pencil until they find the right one...
Print and display our beautiful bee poster for summer or as part of a bee or minibeast topic. It would also make a lovely project cover.
This fascinating poster shows a close-up of a hive of bees. It means you can study the bee in detail without risk of being stung!
This bumble bee reward chart printable is a fun way to inspire the kids to get their chores or tasks done, or to reward good behaviour. Print out one of 4 versions (colour and black and white) and then fill in the honeycomb. When all 10 honeycomb have been filled in, it's time for a treat!
We all know we need to do more to protect our bees. Children can use this story paper to explain why bees are so important or to write a fun bee themed story.
This cute bee tracing page is sure to get children running for a pencil to complete the picture by tracing the dotted lines.
Here is a lovely handwriting worksheet with the useful word "bee" – and a super picture to colour in too.
Learn about bees and their importance as pollinators with help from this fact finding worksheet. Chose from colour or black and white.
We love this bee illustration and thought the kids might like it on some writing paper, perhaps to use for a summer letter to grandparents.
This gorgeous bee writing paper is sure to appeal to the kids and encourage some nice letter writing or other writing projects.
Do you know a bee lover? I bet you do! This colourful printable bees scene card is sure to bring a smile to their face. It is so easy to print and prepare that there is no need to wait for a special occasion to bring a smile to someone's face.
Print and display, include in a project, or laminate and use as a table mat. This bee poster is sure to add cheer however you use it.
This lovely bee scene picture is sure to provide lots of creative inspiration for story writing. We have lined and handwriting versions of our bees scene story paper to chose from.
Write about the bumble bee with this fun acrostic printable. If the acrostic poem is too challenging for your age-group, the printable works well for all sorts of other writing projects too, with four different versions available.
Print our colouring page and writing paper to get the kids writing about collecting honey. Would they be brave enough to do it themselves? It makes a lovely summer writing project.
We have the outline of a bee for children to add details to and colour on this fun complete the bee printable.
This complete the picture, with a cute picture of a bee to copy, is perfect for younger children. Perhaps follow it up with some honey on toast!
This puzzle featuring the word honeycomb would be a great activity for Spring or Summer, or when talking about insects and bees. Find as many words as you can from the word honeycomb and fill in the cells with your answers.
Bees are favourite summertime project. For a project or for fun, with our simple printable guide you can learn to draw a cute bee.