EARTH KEEPER KIDS
How to get a Free
Wildflower Mix Seed Packet
Send us a self-addressed stamped envelope and we will send it back to you with a free wildflower seed packet enclosed! It will help get you started planting flowers to help
the Bees and other pollinators.
Please send your self-addressed stamped
(regular .55 cent stamp) envelope to:
Bee Friend Project
P.O. Box 2947
Big Bear City, Ca 92314
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Printable Bee Coloring Page
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print a beautiful coloring page.
Join The Earth Keeper Kids Club
Click on the certificate below to download and print an award certifying that you are an official Earth Keeper Kid. Then sign your name and color it to make it your own special work of art! Display your certificate proudly!
Bee hives are organized like a self- governing democratic society. They make all their rules through a group consensus, without leaders.
Worker Bees collect nectar and pollen from flowers to bring back to the hive. They use nectar to make honey, and the pollen to eat.
Only the Queen Bee lays eggs that grow into baby bees. She can lay around 2,000 eggs in one day!
Monarch Butterflies and their offspring journey over 3000 miles before returning to their forest home in Mexico. It takes 7 generations of butterflies to complete the long journey home.
The Buzzing sound that bees make is actually the sound of their wings fluttering at an extremely fast rate.
Honey has been used for thousands of years as a medicine
to kill bacteria and germs. Raw honey can be applied in a thin layer to help clean and heal minor wounds and burns. A spoon full of honey can relieve sore throats and coughs.
Monarch butterflies are very particular about where they lay their eggs and will only lay them on Milkweed plants. So let's plant more Milkweed seeds!
SAVE THE BEES
All profits from the sale of this product go directly to fund our free wildflower seed program.
The Bee Myth
an animated film by Celestial Elf.