Type
Crossword
Description

Where bees live Hive
Male bee Drone
Where bees raise young Broodnest
Box used in hive to hold honey Honey super
Bee protein source Pollen
Honey to a bee Carbohydrates
Third stage of bee life cycle Pupa
Made into honey Nectar
Female bee, not the queen, who lays eggs Laying worker
Wax that is made into storage cells Comb
Group of 20,000-60,000 bees Colony
Small apparatus that injects poison into an enemy from the bee’s body Sting
Bee Insect
Type of a bee’s life cycle Metamorphic
Finding food Forage
Midsection of a bee’s body Thorax
Keeps Queen out of the honeycomb Queen excluder
Scientific name for bees APIs mellifera
Colony splits to form new colony Swarm
Keeps bees sedated when opening hive Smoker
Used to pry hive parts apart for hive inspections Hive tool
Keeps bees from stinging you when you are working with the hive Beesuit
Covers your head and face Veil
Wax cells where honey is stored Honeycomb
Person who takes care of bees Beekeeper
Place where bees are raised Apiary

Honey Bees Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

apiary
beehive
beekeeper
beeswax
colony
drone
foragers
guard bees
hive
honeybee
honeycomb
kelleys honey
nectar
pollen
queen
scout bees
swarming
worker bee

The Honey Bee Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stripes
black
yellow
beekeeper
colony
larva
egg
pollen
worker
swarm
fly
comb
queen
nectar
flowers
buzz
stinger
hive
wings
honey
bee

Busy Bees Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

beekeeper
insect
six legs
larvae
stinger
wings
eggs
swarm
hive
pollen
sting
cells
comb
honey
nectar
guard
worker bees
hexagon
drones
proboscis
antennae
thorax
abdomen
head
queen
collect
nectar
swarm

The Hive Bar & Grill Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bee keeper
bees wax
buzz
clover
colony
comb
drone
flower
garden
hive
honey
insect
nectar
pollen
queen
stinger
stripes
sweet
wings
worker

Animal Homes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ant hill
yellow jacket
worms
snake
hibernation
tunnel
rabbit
ground hog
burrow
fish
ocean
Lake Gardiner
sunfish
saliva
nectar
environment
habitat
wasp nest
hive
colony
worker bee
drone
queen bee
honey bee
den
fox
barn swallow
cliff swallow
mud nest

Bee's Honey Hive Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

honeycomb
bee
black
caring
club
cool
crazy
fun
girls
hive
honey
loving
members
secret
yellow

Bee Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

lapping
compoundeyes
adult
pupa
larva
Egg
rounddance
waggledance
workerbee
venom
beekeeper
bee
hive
honey
wax
pollination
pollen
house
drone
queen

Beekeeping Fun Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A brood disease caused by Paenibacillus larvae foulbrood
Colonies, hives, and other equipment assembled in one location Apiary
A box or receptacle used for housing a colony of bees beehive
A thin layer of wax used to cover the full cells of honey Cappings
A mass of six-sided cells in which brood, honey and pollen are stored Comb
The male honey bee Drone
Two to five frames of comb used primarily for starting new colonies or rearing queens Nucleus
A large number of worker bees, drones, and the old queen that leaves to establish a new colony Swarm
Larvae of the Golleria mellonclia Waxmoth
A ball-like arrangement of adult bees within the hive during winter Cluster
A female bee who does the majority of the work Worker bee
A device in which materials are slowly burned to subdue bees Smoker
A beehive made of twisted straw Skep
Stealing of honey by bees from other colonies Robbing
A machine which removes honey from the cells of comb Extractor

Bees Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The honeybee is not _ _ _ _ _ _ to Australia native
Bees collect nectar and _ _ _ _ _ _ from flowers pollen
When a bees nectar sac is full it returns to the _ _ _ _ hive
Nectar is passed from mouth to mouth to form _ _ _ _ _ honey
Honey is placed in storage cells and capped with _ _ _ _ _ _ _ beeswax
Pollen is mixed with _ _ _ _ _ _ to make bee bread nectar
The _ _ _ _ of a bee is often only six or seven weeks life
The _ _ _ _ _ bee is the centre of the hive queen
These bees have no need for a sting drones
The hind legs of the _ _ _ _ _ _ bees have special spines for holding pollen worker

BEE DECLINE CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

Type of bee, known as the most superior. QUEEN
a sharp organ of offense or defense STINGER
The transfer of dust-like cells from the anthers of flowers POLLINATION
A secretion where bees build there combs HIVE
What are bees known to make HONEY
Not a bee but a... WASP
A harmful substance responsible for the demise of the bee population PESTICIDE
The causes of this phenomenon are quite unclear COLONY COLAPSE DISORDER
A farmer that keeps bees for their honey BEEKEEPER
a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms, important utilization of the bees. FLOWER
a structure of small hexagonal cells constructed from beeswax by bees and used to store honey and larvae HONEYCOMB