LEGO Beehive from Dvorat Hatavor Honey Farm in Israel l Source: YouTube
LEGO Beehive from Dvorat Hatavor Honey Farm in Israel l Source: YouTube

A LEGO beehive is just the reminder we need to prove that anything is possible with enough creativity…and LEGO blocks.

Remember when we said how LEGO are the building blocks of STEM? It turns out, the little blocks are constantly being used in initiative ways – including housing nature’s hardest worker, the honeybee.

Consisting of over 7,000 pieces, and several days of hard work, the Dvorat Hatavor Honey Farm in Israel showed the world the potential of LEGO through a video.

The LEGO hive functions just as a traditional hive, with grooves in place to hold frames for the bees to work on, while the roof was assembled separately.

Turns out that the LEGO blocks have one more use to add to the growing list – they’re just perfect for making honeybees feel right at home.

Watch below to believe it!

Watch the construction below, hosted by Beyond the Brick, a YouTube channel which showcases amazing LEGO creations from around the world.