Supplies Needed; Paper Plate, yellow and black paint, wiggly eyes, black and red construction paper, white paper, black pipe cleaner, scissors, and glue
Paint your paper plate yellow and allow it to dry. Once dry, cut your plate in half. Paint black stripes on your bee's body. Using your black construction paper, cut out a circle shape. Use your red paper to cut out a crescent shape for your mouth and white paper will be your wings. Twist your pipe cleaner into two arches, this will be your antennae. Glue on all pieces, and allow to dry.
Provide children with a strip of yellow construction paper that will fit around their wrists. Encourage them to draw black lines and a face on their strip of yellow paper. Then provide glue, googly eyes, and a piece of wax paper in the shape of wings for the children to complete their bumble bee. Help the children to tape the two ends of the piece of yellow paper together to create a band for them to put on their wrists.
What you need: Toilet paper roll, construction paper, and glue.
Assist older children in cutting out the shapes and help younger children assemble the shapes to make their bee's.