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Bee Amazed!

Who's Who in the Hive?

Bees work together.

Bees are important so protect them.

Bees are the reason we have good fruits and veggies to eat.

Bee App for kids
Complete a maze and help the beehive thrive!  


See the Forager Bee do the Waggle Dance. Play the new Queen Bee activity and choose your own boy or girl bee.

Discover what bees actually do to keep the hive healthy! Over 20 activities - Level UP with 3 levels of mazes!


Learn while you play! Let curiosity lead the way.


  1. Build your own Pollinator Garden.

  2. Help the Queen Bee choose which egg to lay

  3. Baby Bees are hungry, Help the Nurse Bee feed them.

  4. The Attendant Bee works hard to feed the Queen Bee, Be her assistant!

  5. Drag the Builder Bee to help build the Honeycomb Cell.

  6. Learn the Waggle Dance with our Forager Bee.

  7. Help a Drone chase the Queen Bee.

  8. Dress the BeeKeeper

  9. Harvest Honey– Tilt your maze back and forth to drip honey through the honeycomb.

  10. Watch movies and animations

For more quality screen time, check out the Memory Match game,
and the Interactive Bee Keeper Game.


BeeAmazed! is based on life science.  Interactive play is educational, and our aim is to spark curiosity about bees and their importance in nature.  For additional learning, simply touch the sun at the top of each screen. More text pops up with key teachings to help you guide your child into more content and information.

By playing the mazes, discover just Who’s Who in the Hive.


Bees have many important roles:

  • The Forager Bee leaves the hive to find food. She's skilled in collecting pollen into tiny pollen baskets on her legs. She slurps up nectar through her tongue, also called the proboscis.

  • The Builder Bee builds the honeycombs, and you can too! In the first maze, touch the screen and help the Builder Bee build the honeycomb.  Complete the maze and watch bees fill the honeycomb cells with honey, made in their own bodies with consumed pollen and nectar.

  • Nurse Bees feed the babies. Some babies get a special white liquid called “royal jelly.” These babies grow up to be Queen Bees.

  • Did you know Drone Bees are the only males in the hive? They fly outside to find and chase a Queen Bee from another hive. A Queen Bee rarely exits a hive. She spends most of her life inside the beehive having babies and keeping the hive healthy and strong.  

Family fun! Or at least know your child is playing an educational game.

Created by Geo Tots

Produced: Jaynée Howe

Illustration: Chuck Whelon

App Development: Scott Adelman

Educational Consulting: Helena Carmena Young

Science Advisor: John Hafernik

Voice Over: Zoe Young


Music by Kevin MacLeod

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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