Bee Facts Coloring Pages

Bzzzz – Did you know that bees have 5 eyes and 6 legs? Grab your yellow and black crayons because today we have bee facts coloring pages!

These printable coloring pages include two pages with bee facts to print and color, perfect for kids of all ages that love coloring activities and fun facts

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Fun bee facts for kids of all ages!

Free Printable Bee Facts Coloring Pages

Bees are cute little insects that kids love. They are cute, beautiful, and oh, so fluffy! But how much do you know about them? Did you know that honey bees fly about 50,000 miles to produce one pound of honey? And that drone bees don’t have stingers?

Let’s learn even more fun facts about bees! Keep scrolling to find our bee facts coloring pages…

In fact, let’s start with what you might need to enjoy this coloring sheet.

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This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

10 interesting facts about bees

  1. Bees are insects with wings known for their role in pollination and for producing honey.
  2. Bees have 5 eyes and 6 legs, and one stinger.
  3. Bees die when they lose their stinger.
  4. Male bees in the hive are called drones, female bees are called worker bees, and the queen rules the whole hive.
  5. Bees fly about 20mph. 
  6. Bees first appeared about 120 million years ago, and 80 million years ago they developed a social lifestyle.
  7. Almost 90% of wild plants and 75% of global crops depend on bees’ pollination.
  8. During peak season, a queen bee can lay over 3,000 eggs per day.
  9. The average worker bee makes about 1/12 tsp of honey in her lifetime.
  10. Bees are social beings, and they communicate through movement, odor cues, and food exchanges with each other.
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