Beehive Paper Craft

Creating your very own beehive is going to be so much fun. While you may not get this up close and personal with a real beehive, you can with this one. Go ahead and make this Beehive Paper Craft. The end result will be bee-utiful.

Beehive Paper Craft for Kids

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If you enjoy adding lots of color to your crafts, then this one is for you. Coloring, cutting, and assembling this Beehive Paper Craft is exciting, so have fun with it.

How to Make a Beehive Paper Craft for Kids

What you need:

  • Beehive templates
  • Crayons
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Step by Step Tutorial

Start this fun project by printing out the templates.

Try to color everything before you cut it out because it is easier that way.

Once you have colored everything, go ahead and take your time cutting out all of the pieces.

Once everything is cut out. You are going to start putting everything together. Start by folding down the flaps on the yellow squares.

You are then going to start gluing the bees into what they will look like to make the beehive come together.

Once you glue the bees, you can move onto the next part.

You are actually going to glue the wings onto the bees!

Look at how adorable these wings are!

Start assembling the beehive onto the paper.

Start adding the accessories to the beehive.

Now you’re going to start gluing down the yellow squares that you folded earlier.

Keep going until you have added all the pieces.

It should look like the picture below.

Now you can start placing the bees wherever you’d like them.

Placing the bees all over the beehive brings it to life.

There are a lot of variations to where you can glue the bees! This is what the end product should look like.

Beehive Paper Craft

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