"You could add combs with a bit of brood (emerging) and bees to each...not full frames of brood. Keep all the brood in contact. When that hatches, add some more. At some point, when it's obvious that the colonies will make it, you should requeen."
This is what I would try and do to build up those hives. Don't take too much from the others though.
Also, It cannot hurt to feed. I would be giving them a 1:1 to help to stimulate the queens laying (if your spring is there) and it also can't hurt to thrown on a pollen pattie. They may not have enough bees to forge properly and having feed and pattie in place will help them build faster without leaving the hive.
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