Bees looking for hive

Bees looking for hive

Bees looking for hive

The kids were so excited when they learned to count from 1 to 10. It's all thanks to this little bee colony.

First I used an existing image in a given file.

Then I use powerpoint to adjust the background. Brighten up the color of beehives and bees. I printed, cut and laminated the bees one by one.

The games I can play with my son are recognizing numbers from 1 to 10, learning to count bees (not paying attention to the number on him, putting numbers from 1 to 10 in order from big to small or vice versa. My son is quite interested in some of these colorful bees related games. Sometimes, I see my son align the bees in different directions. For example, they fly up together, together fly down, towards the same nest or even fly around. It was very interesting to tell my son more about directions like left, right, up, down.

I am a Vietnamese mother, so I can also increase my children's English vocabulary through this material.

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Bees looking for hive
June 13, 2021
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