Sewing, Homeschooling and Craziness

Bee Unit Study

Well, I am FINALLY getting better! The crud is nearly gone and the fibro flare is trying to wind down. SHEW!!!!! Now I am busy planning and working on my look for the first sew along challenge of Project Run & Play’s All Stars Season.  YAY!!!!! And that means I should have a new tutorial coming soon!

On to the unit study! 😉

As always, I try to incorporate resources for all ages and most of those resources are either free or cheap. The books can all be found at your local library, on Paperback Swap or on Amazon.





















Honey Bee Lapbook – Homeschool Share

Bee Lapbook – Squidoo

Bee Paper Crafts, Coloring Pages and Worksheets – DLTK-Kids

Bee Life Cycle Printables – Teacher Resources Galore

The First Book of Bees

Bee Worksheets –

Bee Printables – First-School

Bee Anatomy – A Kid’s Heart

Bee Preschool Unit – 2 Teaching Mommies

Bee Notebooking  – HS Launch – scroll down

Bee Worksheets –

Honeybee Lapbook – Hands of a Child – $6

Bees & Wasps Study Starter – Currclick – 50 Cents

Simple Schooling All About Bees – Currclick – 99 Cents

Honeybees Notebooking – Currclick – $1.99

Bees! A Fun Study – Currclick – $1

Bees – Speedy Lapbook – Currclick – $1






Make a Honeycomb – Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

Bee Unit Study – Lesson Tutor

Bee Info – Bee Magic

Bee Info – San Diego Zoo

Bee Anatomy – How Stuff Works

All About Bees – Buzz About Bees

The Importance of Bees – CC Pollen

Bee Preschool Unit – Squidoo

Bees & Wasps Unit Study – Squidoo

Bee Types – Squidoo

Bubble Wrap Beehive – All Kids Network

Honeybees – National Geographic

Killer Bee Video – National Geographic

Silence of the Bees – PBS Video




Honeybees Life Cycle




Honeybees Drinking Water in Slow Motion





Comments on: "Bee Unit Study" (6)

  1. So proud your feeling better.. Can’t wait to see your new garment..
    My hubby use to have a couple bee hives.. He enjoyed it.

    • Thank you, Judy!!!!

      I was thinking about seeing if we could do a field trip to our local bee keeper BUT I am reallllly allergic and knowing my luck, there’s no way I would get out of there without a sting! LOL

      Maybe we could just tour the area where they put the honey in the jars…. LOL

  2. Thanks so much for sharing your work. I found you on Pinterest.

  3. This is such a wonderful bees article..


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