More ideas from Olga!
Hexagon shaped activities, beekeeping, bee crafts, honey bee crafts, honeybee activities, beehive craft, life cycle of a bee activities, bee crowns, crown crafts for kids

My students really enjoy studying about life cycles, which are a quick, easy & fun way for me to get a bit of science into our busy day. Since the honeycomb shape is a hexagon, I decided to design some hexagon-themed, "life cycle of a honey bee"

Make paper hand cutouts from your children's hands. Write things they are thankful for on the hands and you will build your own thankful tree!

My idea - Each child decorate a hand and attach it to the big tree. (Make paper hand cutouts from your children's hands. Write things they are thankful for on the hands and you will build your own thankful tree!