Make an Origami Bee for Bee Awareness!

Bees are under threat of extinction! Make an origami bee and contribute to raising awareness of the importance of bees as pollinators of many of the nutritious fruits, vegetables, and seeds we rely on.

May 20th is World Bee Day • September is National Honey Month in the USA.

Watch the video below to make your ORIGAMI BEE. When you fold the model, share a picture of your bee with us! (Read below how to share your picture. )

If not for the help of bees, imagine life without delicious fruits such as oranges, apples, blueberries, or cherries. Imagine a plate of chili missing that delicious bite of chili heat, or the absence of a fragrant and warm cup of coffee from the breakfast table.

In addition to producing delicious honey, bees pollinate at least one-third of the food we eat. The pollination of almonds and blueberries depends entirely on honey bees.

Pollination is the transfer of pollen grains from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma, which enables fertilization.

When a bee collects nectar and pollen from the flower of a plant, some pollen from male flowers stick to the hairs of its body. When visiting the next flower, some of this pollen is rubbed off onto the stigma, of a female flower. When this happens, fertilization is possible, and a fruit, carrying seeds, can develop.

In addition, bees are symbol of activity, work, diligence, and good order.

Here is the video on how to make your origami BEE. Make an origami bee to raise awareness of the importance of bees as pollinators of fruits and vegetables that we consume. Share your ORIGAMI BEE with us (see below)!

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We would love to see your Origami Bee!

Make origami flowers Click HERE to make the flower in the picture above.

Make origami chilies Click HERE to make the hot peppers in the picture above.

Make an origami coffee bean Click HERE to make an origami coffee bean

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