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Learn about pollinators and their habitat and have fun with these activities and crafts for kids of all ages!
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Fall With The Pollinators

Holidays With The Pollinators

As you may already know, there are over 200,000 different species of pollinators in the world, and Winter is an important season for them! However, not all pollinator species live through winter the same way!

Fall With The Pollinators

Halloween With The Pollinators

Halloween is the perfect time of year to have fun, watch spooky movies and eat a lot of delicious candies with your friends! But did you know that Halloween and the pollinators are linked in many ways?

Fall With The Pollinators

Fall With The Pollinators

In this booklet, you will learn what they do during fall, with a special focus on the Yellow-banded bumblebee. You will also discover some delicious fall foods that depend on pollinators, help our friend Beeatrice find her way to food through acorn maze and, most importantly, you will discover how we can help pollinators during the fall season!

Videos & Webinars

Stories & Read Alongs

Pollinator Week Booklet

Let’s Help the Pollinators

By Mieke Boecker

Learn about the importance of pollinators and what they do for us from Mrs. Leafcutter and her honey bee friend, Tina B!

Sing Alongs


Pollinator Week Booklet

Pollinator Week Booklet

Pollinator Week is celebrated the 3rd week in June

Learn about the many different pollinators who live around the world!

Crafts & Activities

Let’s Bee Friends – Bee and Pollinator Activies for Kids (ages 3-11) Open PDF
Pollinator Games & Activities

Holiday Activities

Celebrate the holiday season with our pollinator themed games, crafts and activities.

Events for Teachers

Pollinator Events 2023-2024

Toilet Paper Roll Bees

Paper Bees Craft


  • Toilet Paper Rolls
  • Recycled Construction Paper scraps (yellow, black and white)
  • Scissors
  • Glue or scotch tape
  • Markers or Pencil Crayons

Make it!

  1. Begin by cutting a piece of yellow paper the same width as your paper towel roll. Wrap paper roll in paper and secure with glue or tape.
  2. Cut 2 small strips of black paper for stripes. You can make them as thick or as thin as you want. Adhere to the lower half of your bee using glue or tape.
  3. Make your wings! Using the white paper, cut out a wing shape and glue them to the back of your paper roll.
  4. Cut a small round shape for the face. Before you glue it on, be sure to draw your bees face first.
  5. Cut out 2 small antennas in black and glue or tape them to the back of the face shape.
  6. Glue or tape your bees face to the front, top of the paper roll and you're done.
  7. Use the same techniques to make more pollinator friends!

*Try adding googly eyes or pipe cleaners antennas. Add decorative stickers, sequins, or gems on the wings.

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt


  • Scavenger Hunt List
  • Clip Board
  • Treasure box or basket to hold items
  • Pencil

Suggested Scavenger Hunt list:

  • 3 different leaf shapes
  • a piece of bark
  • 3 rocks (shiny, flat, red)
  • wild flower
  • acorn
  • moss
  • something with a scent
  • location of a bird’s nest
  • a seed
  • berries
  • vines
  • pine needles
  • a clover (bonus points for a 4-leaf clover)
  • dandelion fluff
  • something heart shaped
  • pine cone
  • a forked stick
  • something to recycle
  • a feather
  • a spoonful of sand
  • something round
  • something prickly
  • an edible flower
  • location of a spider web
  • a stick longer than your arm

This list was put together by volunteers and we are not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided.  If you find inaccuracies, please send an email to [email protected].

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