Beehive Paper Craft

Creating your own beehive will be a lot of fun. While you might not be able to get this up close and personal with a real beehive, you can with this one. Go ahead and make this Honeycomb Paper Craft. The end result will be very useful.

Honeycomb paper craft for children

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How to make honeycomb paper crafts for children

What you need:

  • Honeycomb pattern
  • Crayons
  • Drag
  • Glue

Step-by-step instructions

Start this fun project by printing out the templates.

Try to color everything before cutting it out because it’s easier that way.

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

Once everything has been cut out. You’ll start to put things together. Start by folding down the flaps on the yellow squares.

You will then start gluing the bees into their shapes to make the honeycomb come together.

Once you’ve finished gluing, you can move on to the next part.

You will actually be gluing wings onto the bees!

Look at how adorable these wings are!

Start assembling the honeycomb onto the paper.

Start adding accessories to the hive.

Now you will start gluing the yellow squares that you folded earlier.

Continue until you have added all the parts.

It will look like the image below.

Now you can start placing the bees wherever you want.

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Placing bees throughout the hive will bring the hive to life.

There are so many variations on where you can stick the bees! The final product will look like this.

Honeycomb paper craft


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