Planting Flowers for the Bees13:00
It's almost spring time and we are ready to start planting some flowers. The kids always love planting seeds and watching them grow, and in the past I have focused on the growth of the seeds, so I thought it might be fun this time to talk about what happens to the flowers after they've grown, specifically the job of the bees! And what better way than to make some cute little bee planters to watch our flowers grow in.
What you'll need:
- yogurt pots / plant pots
- yellow and black washi tape
- googly eyes
- pipe cleaners
- flower seeds
First we wrapped the yellow and black tape around our yogurt pots to make the bees stripey. The kids always love playing with tape, so this was a fun part for them!
This post is part of the Kindergarten blog hop, this month we're covering the Spring unit, take a look at all of these great ideas to help plan your lessons and activities.
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