We’ve probably all read the book Stellaluna, right? Make your own hanging bats with clothespins and basic supplies you probably already have at home with this tutorial from BabyCenter.
Surviving a Teacher’s Salary has a great little printable ebook on how a bat grows.
Want to learn how to draw a bat? Check out the step by step from the Noon Show.
Use this upside down bat writing and coloring page to write bat facts or a story about bats. This one is from AZ Coloring.
And Miss Giraffe’s Class has a set of writing prompt printables for fall that includes bats as well as a haunted house, magic potion, spiders, cats, frogs, witches and trick or treating (among others). These are sure to get kids writing!
Do you have any bat-related activities you love to do with kids? I’d love to hear about them!
Check out more fall fun with these roundups: