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.
Practise your times tables, work on handwriting skills with younger children, write a story about collecting honey, or discover the bee's life cycle - and lots more bee worksheets below!
Get the kids to write an acrostic poem about a bee - perfect for a summer theme. They can colour the picture in too!
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!
Help the bees solve the addition and subtraction problems on these fun worksheets. There are 2 sets of problems in the pack to provide plenty of practice, all within 20.
Practise addition and subtractionn with 50 with these 2 pages of mixed problems - perfect for summer or a minibeast topic, or just a fun way to perk up maths practise at anytime.
The 2 worksheets in this pack test the kids on their knowledge of the 2, 5 and 10 times table. There's plenty of practice here!
Practise the 3, 4 and 8 times tables with this set of 2 "bee hive" worksheets - drill worksheets in disguise!
Work on the 6, 7 and 9 times table with the help of these "bee hive" worksheets. Can the kids be busy bees and solve all the problems on both pages?
The 11 times table is fun, but the 12 times table isn't always very popular! These 2 worksheets provide drill practice of the 11 and 12 times tables in a fun "bee hive" format.
There are 3 "bee hive" worksheets in this set, testing the kids on all the times tables. They are basically drill worksheets, of course, but we think the format makes them more fun to complete!
Learn about the bee and record your findings using our notebooking page printables. Choose the most appropriate - with space for illustration or without.
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.
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've left blanks for the children to fill in with each of the 4 stages of the honey bee's life cycle. Choose from a blank version of the worksheet, or one which prompts the 4 stages.
Magic hexagons are like magic squares - but hexagons! The idea is to fit the numbers in so that all diagonal lines add up to the same total. It's a challenge! There are 4 puzzles in this pack, together with the solutions.