Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Noticing Bees for a Craft Later

Busy Bee

Carefully noticing the world around us, is a big part of creating art and crafts. If we want to make a bee out of paper or to paint or draw one, the first step is noticing bees. Then we can decide how much detail we want to include in our craft or drawing.

So I thought I'd post some of my bee pictures today to take some time and closely look at them. We'll see what ideas develop later.

Though humble my pictures might be, they give me views of bees I don't always see.

It's amazing to look at professionally taken pictures of bees, but equally amazing, or more so, to see pictures our children capture of the bees and other wildlife we find in our own backyards.

As I'm sure you can see, my camera is nothing special and yet I captured some detail. So whatever the quality of your camera, let your children dazzle you with their photographic talent.

Here's my simple little bee gallery:

Almost Upside-Down Bee

Far Away Bee

Nice Bee

Nice Bee is the model for Spring Bee:Simple Paper Craft.

Hiding Bee

Flying Away Bee

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