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Bubble Wrap Beehive

Children love to create art. That’s why I keep a box of art supplies at the ready for visits from my grandchildren. One of our projects was the bubble wrap beehive. Here’s how: at the hobby store, find a bottle of bright yellow tempera paint and small-cell bubble wrap. Cut the bubble wrap into a beehive shape, paint it yellow, then turn it over and stamp it onto a clean piece of white paper. Outline the hive with a brown marker. Cut out the little door using brown paper and glue it on. Finally, draw little honey bees swarming around the hive. Easy. And cute!

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A child participating in the bubble wrap beehive project
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