If you hadn’t noticed already we’re huge on bees in our family. We now have two hives buzzing in our back yard and love anything that introduces them to younger kids and possible bee keepers. Maya the Bee has been a family favorite for generations and we absolutely adore the fact that she has a second movie.
Maya the Bee 2: The Honey Games is now available everywhere on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD. It follows our favorite bees after a low harvest season and they join the Honey Games to try to save their colony. The team aren’t athletic but are determined to win for their hive. The movie does tackle some major issues that are effecting hives, but in a child friendly format. And with friendly characters, your kids will enjoy watching the movie. It’s a great way to introduce kids to bees, see how they are really friendly and not scary like most people think and that bees can be a lot of fun!
Want to learn more about bees? Check out the great activity sheets below! These sheets are a great introduction to bees for kids and a great way to keep them busy on a summer day!
- Maya the Bee Bee Facts
- Maya the Bee Study Guide
- Maya the Bee Story Boards
- Maya the Bee Coloring Sheet
We’re giving away a copy of Maya the Bee 2: The Honey Games to one lucky reader! Read below on how you can enter to win!
Maya the Bee 2: The Honey Games Trailer:
About Maya the Bee 2: The Honey Games:
Maya The Bee 2: The Honey Games is based on the well-known children’s novel and popular animated series in Europe, Australia and Asia and offers an immersive cinematic adventure into a spectacular macroscopic world. A must-have for fans of all ages, the film is an instant classic that delivers wholesome family entertainment— emphasizing the importance of friendship, responsibility and courage.After a slow harvest season, the very survival of the hive is threatened. Maya, and her sidekick, Willy, go to Buzztropolis, where the Empress invites them to participate in the Honey Games. But if they lose, the hive will have to give the Empress all of their summer honey! Needless to say, Maya and Willy’s teammates are neither enthusiastic nor athletic, but Maya remains positive and exclaims that “every bug has a talent!”Can Maya and Team Poppy win and secure her hive’s future? Only if Maya is able to gain new friends and learn about teamwork, accountability, and overcoming preconceived notions!Directed by Noel Cleary (Tashi), Sergio Delfino (Chicken Run) and Alexs Stadermann (Maya The Bee Movie, Bambi II), and produced by Studio 100 Media in association with Flying Bark Productions, Maya The Bee 2: The Honey Games features the acclaimed voice talent of Coco Jack Gillies, Richard Roxburgh (Mission: Impossible II), Linda Ngo (Top of the Lake)and Justine Clarke (Home and Away).One of the best-known and beloved children’s brands of all-time, the stories of Maya The Bee have been passed down among generations of families for years. Originally a German children’s novel by Waldemar Bonsels, The Adventures of Maya the Bee was published over a hundred years ago in 1912. Since the original publishing, the book has been translated into many other languages and enjoyed by children all over the world. In addition to the book, Maya The Bee is also a comic book series, appeared in various iterations as animated series and now as major animated feature films.
My favorite bee fact is a bees wings beat 200 times per second. Thanks for hosting the giveaway. I hope that I win.
I would love to share this with my kids and nephews.
My favorite fact is that bees go through a complete metamorphosis. Thank you for the giveaway!
I would share this with my son.
I would share this with my nieces. My favorite bee fact is that honey never goes bad.
I would give this to my niece. The life cycle of a bee is very interesting.
Here’s my favorite bee fact: Honey is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life.
I like that honey never spoils, I’d watch with my kids.
My favorite bee fact is that bees go through an entire metamorphosis in their life cycle,
My favorite bee fact is that they die after stinging you. I would share this movie with my daughter if I won. Thanks for the giveaway!
I love that bees make honey, which has a lot of healthy benefits. I would love to watch this super cute movie with my 2 sweet as honey daughters! 🙂
I’d share with my daughter
I liked learning about the bee life cycle! I would share with my cousin.
I like that honey never goes bad, I would share it with my granddaughter
My favorite bee fact is Bees are one of our most valuable insects; their pollination activities contribute to many fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts produced across the world as well as flowers! Thanks so much!
I love that Honey never goes bad! My daughter would love this.
My favorite fact is they die after they sting you and I would watch it with my 3 kiddos
Honey never goes bad. I’d give to my friend’s duaght
My favorite fact is they die after stinging you, I would share this video with my son.
I would share this movie with my niece if I won.
honey never goes bad? my niece would like
The bee life cycle is amazing, I would of course share this with my little..
Bees can fly as fast as 15 m.p.h.; this would be for Anna!
I would give this to my nephew if I won
I like that honey never goes bad. I would watch this with my kids.
With social bees, eggs are
laid by one female and cared for by her workers.
With solitary bees, each female makes her own nest
and raises her own young. I would like to win this for my granddaughter 🙂
My favorite bee fact is that with social bees, eggs are laid by one female and cared for by her workers! I would share this with my daughter!
I would share this with my nephew. I love the life cycle of a bee
I think that it is cool that Bees go through a complete metamorphosis. I would watch this with my daughter.
I didn’t realize before that honey never spoils. My youngest would enjoy this movie!
I would give this to my nephews if i won.
My favorite bee fact is they have straw-like tongues so they can suck up liquids. If I won I would share it with my daughter.
I would share with my grandson. My favorite fact is the life cycle of the bee.
I would like to share this with my grandchild
I learned that with solitary bees, each female makes her own nest and raises her own young.
I’d share it with my kids.
There are approximately 20,000 bee species.
My nephews would love this. My sister and I grew up on Maya the Bee.