Your students will have so much fun working on hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, cause and effect, and more with the adorable Honeybee Tree game. This game is designed for children ages three and up and is a big hit with both preschool and elementary school students.
To play, students pick a numbered flower tray. Next, they turn the tree so that the hole faces them and then they must carefully remove a branch from the tree. If some bees fall into their tray after they pull out the branch the student must hold onto them. The one with the least amount of bees at the end of the game wins.
Use this in your OT program to work on fine motor and coordination skills. Your students can help you set up the game by placing the bees and the leaves into the tree for extra fine motor practice. Have fun counting the bees for extra math practice.
This game includes a honey pot, oak tree, 32 honey bees, 32 leaves and a flower tray base. It will make a great addition to your home, classroom, or therapy center.