We’ve had a really wet winter with rain practically every day. It’s been long and dreary.
Finally, we had a beautiful day yesterday! The sun was out and it was 60 degrees with minimal humidity. Just perfect!
With this tease of North Carolina Spring comes birds waking us up in the morning and thoughts of flower beds and bees.
Believe it or not, but I started this little Bees Counting Book last year, and just never finished it.
I had a bit of time to work on it, and now it’s complete! Scroll down to the end of this post to download it for your personal use.
I Can Count Bees Counting Booklet
This counting booklet is for very early readers that still need quite a bit of picture clues and repetitive text.
After the cover page, each page “counts down” the bees at the hive until there are no bees left to count!
The pages are intentionally black and white so your child can color them if desired.
Assembly for this counting book is easy:
— After printing, simply cut the pages in half on the dotted line.
— The cover page goes first, of course, and the other pages go in order from ten down to zero.
— Staple down the gray line on the edge and read!
Learn About Bees!
Browse through our favorite books about bees. I’ve only listed the best ones that your young learners will love! Reserve them at your library today.
Download a bee life cycle worksheet set. Create a bee mini-booklet, learn bee vocabulary, and identify parts of the bee.
Enjoy studying about bees with your young ones!
To use in a classroom, you’ll need to purchase the correct license here: