Complete a maze, help the bee hive thrive!
Five fun mazes teach your child the array of roles bees have in the hive, Learn while you play!
Drag the Builder Bee to help build the Honeycomb Cell.
Baby Bees are hungry, Help the Nurse Bee feed them.
Help a Drone chase a Queen Bee.
The Attendant Bee works hard to feed the Queen Bee, Be her assistant!
Be a BeeKeeper. Tilt your maze back and forth to drip honey through the honeycomb:
For more quality screen time, check out the Memory Match game, and the Interactive BeeKeeper Game.
BeeAmazed! is based in real-life science. Our aim at Geo Tots is to blend streamlined interactive play with a real educational experience. The mazes are designed to spark curiosity about bees and nature. For more learning at any point in the game, simply touch the sun at the top of each screen. More text pops out with key teachings to help you guide your child into deeper learning.
By playing the mazes, discover just Whoâ€™s Who in the Hive.
Bees have lots of important roles.
The Forager Bee leaves the hive to find food. She's super skilled in gathering pollen in pollen baskets on her legs. She slurps up nectar through her tongue (also called a proboscis)
The Builder Bee builds the honeycombs, and you can too! In the first maze, you can help the Builder Bee to construct the honeycomb. Complete the maze and watch bees fill the honeycomb cells with their honey. Itâ€™s made from consumed pollen and nectar.
Nurse Bees feed the babiies. Some babiies get honey, and some get a special white liquid called â€œroyal jelly.â€ These babies grow up to be Queen Bees.
Did you know the Drone Bees are the only males in the hive? They chase the Queen Bee when she leaves the hive. The Queen Bee only rarely exits the hive. For almost all of her life, she stays inside the hive to have babies and to keep the hive healthy and strong.
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