The kids are going to love this Preschool Bee Art Activity! Not only will your kids create the cutest bees ever, but it’s a really fun bee art project for the kids to enjoy this summer.
Add this to your list of bumblebee arts and crafts to do over the next few months. Not only is this a simple easy art for toddlers and preschoolers but it’s fun for all ages as well.
You can even join in on the fun and create, too!
Easy Preschool Bee Craft
Preschool Bee Art Activity
This bee art project is calling your name. And the best part? The kids will love being able to make this entirely on their own. Squish Painting is easy enough for toddlers and cool enough for your tweens. Everyone loves making these adorable insect crafts.
While you’re going to be needed to help set up, your kids can easily take over and create without worry. Then, when they’re done, display the ladybugs and bees for everyone to see.
Showing off your child’s artwork is always special.
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What you will need to make your bumblebee art painting is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
How to Make this Preschool Bee Art
Let’s get crafting…
Easy Art for Kids with Squish Painting
Start by downloading the template and print it out. Once that is done, go ahead and cut the template out as well.
Next, take and cut a piece of white paper into 4 pieces. Then, fold those 4 pieces in half.
Have your child paint one half of the paper with yellow and black paint. See the photo to see an example.
Fold the paper over and allow the paint to squish (imprint) onto the other side. (The kids will love doing this part!)
Allow the paint to dry completely before moving on to the next step.
Then, trace the template of the body onto the painted paper and cut it out. Follow that up by tracing the template of the wings onto white paper and cutting them out as well. Then, go ahead and trace the template of the head onto black paper and cut it out as well.
Once done, take and glue the pieces together onto blue paper.
Cut a small stinger from black paper and glue onto the bee. (So cute, right?!)
Then, take and glue the googly eyes onto the head as well.
Use a red paint pen to add a smile and some bright red lips!
Then, use a black marker to add antennae.
Preschool Bee Craft
Isn’t this such a cute project?!
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Once you make this bee art project, your kids will love these life cycle activities too.
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