We All "Bee-Long" Kit

Item: 158914

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Encourage Individuality While Celebrating The Unity In Your Classroom

Encourage individuality while celebrating your class’s togetherness with this sweet poster kit. Students decorate their own individual honeycomb cell, then put them all together to create one large honeycomb for a display that will create a lot of buzz!

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Age: 4+ years
  • 1 laminated poster with Really Good Instructional Guide on back
    Size: 24" by 9½"

  • 36 honeycomb pieces
    Size: 4" by 4¾" each

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Average Rating:

4.5 Star
4.5 (based on 6 reviews)


Easy To Use (4)
Fun (5)


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Reviewed by 6 Customers
5 Stars

Perfect for 1st Day!

I had my first graders make one on the first day. Easy to use, and not too big. All kids were able to finish. It is February and they are still on my wall!
By Joyful Job from , CA
4 Stars

My first graders loved it!

My students enjoyed personalizing the honeycombs with their name and drawing something special about themself. They shared with their new friends. It is hanging by our doorway and reminds them that we are all connected in our classroom community.
By Mary from Allentown, PA
About Me: Teacher
4 Stars

Bee-utiful Display

This product was easy to use. I sent it home with my students ( and those of the neighboring classroom) along with a note to decorate with a photo and the child's name. The end results were very cute! My second graders have really enjoyed watching our "hive" grow as they worked together to complete the project.
By gstraw from Buffalo, NE
About Me: Teacher
4 Stars

Cute Welcome Board!

I used this as welcome to school board. I was going to have students decorate but thought the honeycombs were too small. I decided to just write student names on each honeycomb and I displayed in classroom window.
By Donte' from Orlando, FL
About Me: Teacher
5 Stars


I am going to use this as a welcome back bulletin board. Our school has a school-wide pledge that includes "Bee" respectful, responsible...
By 1stgrader from Vanceburg, KY
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