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    B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft

    B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft

    B is for bumblebee! Make a fun bumblebee craft to help your preschooler learn about the letter Bb using paper plates, paint, pipe cleaners, and wiggle eyes.

    Materials

    Instructions

    1. Paint one paper plate yellow.
    2. Paint another paper plate black.
    3. After the paint dries, cut the black plate in half.
    4. Paint black stripes on the yellow plate.
    5. Glue two wiggle eyes on the top of the striped paper plate.
    6. Glue the two black paper plate halves on the sides of the stripe plate.
    7. Cut a black pipe cleaner in half.
    8. Fold the pipe cleaners into Vs.
    9. Glue one pipe cleaner V to the bottom of the top of the striped plate by the eyes.
    10. Glue the second pipe cleaner V to the bottom of the bottom of the striped plate.
    11. Display the B Is for Bumblebee paper plate craft.

    Painting a Paper Plate Yellow Painting a Paper Plate Black

    Painted Paper Plates for B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft Cutting the Black Paper Plate in Half

    Painting Black Stipes on the Yellow Plate Gluing Wiggle Eyes to the Striped Plate

    Gluing Black Wings on the B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft Finished B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Crafts

    For more fun bumblebee craft ideas, try my B Is for Bumblebee Footprint Craft and ‘Bee Mine’ Valentine’s Day Craft.

    Image Credits

    B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Painting a Paper Plate Yellow © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Painting a Paper Plate Black © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Painted Paper Plates for B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Cutting the Black Paper Plate in Half © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Painting Black Stipes on the Yellow Plate © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Gluing Wiggle Eyes to the Striped Plate © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Gluing Black Wings on the B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Finished B Is for Bumblebee Paper Plate Crafts © 2016 Heather Johnson

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