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Maya the Bee colouring pages and activity sheets

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Join Maya the Bee and her friends on a colourful adventure as today we are sharing these wonderful Maya the Bee colouring pages and activity sheets with you to celebrate Maya the Bee movie.

This movie is really something to be excited about, both for kids who are already fans of this clever little be and those who have yet to discover the wonderful and busy world of Maya the Bee.

Maya the Bee Colouring Pages and Activity Sheets

So here they are, your kids will love coloring the colouring sheets and playing with the mask after they watch the movie.

No.1 Colouring Sheet

Colour in Maya and her best friend Willy along with some floral scenery, oh how wonderful, your kids can make the flower field as colourful as they want it to be.

Maya the Bee colouring sheet 1

No.2 Colouring Sheet

Another page with your kids favourite buzzing characters, best friends always stick together.

Maya the Bee colouring sheet 2

No.3 Colouring Sheet

The army of ants is always ready to jump in and help.

Maya the Bee colouring sheet 3

Mask Maya the Bee

The fun does not stop with colouring, print this Maya the Bee mask and let your kids pretend play to be this busy little bee.

Mask Maya the Bee

 

Maya the Bee DVD

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As you can see Maya the Bee was out on DvD on the 8th Feb. Why not check it out on Amazon?

In the film, this busy little bee is ready to leave her hive and live in the meadow. Maya thinks the world is just too big and fascinating to remain confined to the restricted life that the hive offers. But soon she realizes that a bigger challenge beckons and that together with her best friend Willy, she must return to the hive in order to save the hive from the greedy advisor to the queen and to bring an end to the hostility between hornets and bees that has been going on for ages. Ready to embark on an un-bee-lievable adventure with Maya and her friends?
Directed by Alexs Stadermann and featuring the voices of Coco Jack Gillies (Mad Max: Fury Road), Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Jacki Weaver, (Silver Lining Playbooks, Animal Kingdom), Miriam Margolyes (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2) and Richard Roxburgh (Moulin Rouge, Van Helsing, Mission Impossible 2)

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fayeseom

Wednesday 24th of February 2016

Thank u for sharing this blog.Kids are surely enjoying this colorful pages.

Stefan

Tuesday 23rd of February 2016

Thany you, my five year old girl will surely love this! :-)

swapna

Monday 15th of February 2016

This is interesting! Pls do Link UP at the Practical Mom Link Up! I’d love to see you there :)

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