I know many of you have been thrust into the homeschooling mode this past few weeks. You are probably looking for resources that are affordable. Here’s a Bee Life Cycle Activity that will help kids studying early science and life cycles.
As many of you know, we are dealing with teenagers here and high school is totally different than elementary school, of course. But, even so, I have kids with ADHD and ADD and learning disabilities, so my reality is that I need to supervise my kids if anything is to get completed here at all.
Easy, Educational, Activity Books
If you have little people, then you might be hunting for supplementary learning resources right now to help drive the learning home. Here’s hoping this Bee Life Cycle Learning Kit will help by giving kids something to do that is free.
My free resources are here for you to use right now and always. Do remember to check out my Free Printables Pinterest Board for more amazing colouring pages, word searches, crossword puzzles, learning units and even this Family Tree Activity for Adoptive Families.
All The Free Activity Books
Today, though, I wanted to share a Bee Life Cycle Activity Book with you so that you can access this and share it with your kids. Hopefully, it helps a bit. I kind of learned something myself when researching this activity.
So How am I Helping My Big Kids Right Now?
Right now, I am checking on the kids frequently and, as always, reminding them to return to task often. That’s just our reality here. I have been working from home for 12-15 years, so I kind of have a system here that works. Thankfully, my kids are old enough to understand that if they don’t try to do some of their work independently, then they will struggle when school returns. Nobody wants that.
My days right now are actually pretty busy with numerous editing projects on the go. So, I need them to try to do some work on their own. Normally, I ask them to do their work in a common space. But each child is different. One has ADD with inattentive subtype and she needs prompts to return attention to task. She typically needs a quiet organized space to work in and clear instructions that don’t contain a trillion steps. My younger girl actually prefers to work without us hovering nearby.
I am often reminded during this pandemic that the fewer words the better when communicating with kids who have ADD or ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.) While that seems counterintuitive, as we are all always trying to build our children’s vocabulary, right now because it is a stressful time for everyone, it’s not uncommon for kids of all ages to be feeling younger mentally than they actually are. So, keep that in mind. They don’t need more noise. Simple directions and fewer words.
Bee Life Cycle Colouring and Printing Book
For your little ones, here is the Bee Life Cycle Activity Kit. Hope they enjoy it and I hope it helps. Check out the activities that I have here relating to geography and travel. This England Colouring and Activity Book is useful and fun to do. There’s also a France and Greece Colouring and Printing Book. All of these are free and easy to download.
Enjoy the Bee Life Cycle Free activity book. Do me a favour and help me to help you right now. What other activities or printables would you like to see? Do you need more geography content or science and animals? Insects, perhaps?
More Free Resources
Remember to visit my free printables board if you need some more help looking for free activities for your kids to do. For a high quality print out of the life cycle content here, download via the link above and you should be off to the races.
How Can I Help?
Leave me a comment indicating what you need right now, then I can draft some of the content here and share with you. Have a great day!