Bat Crafts and Learning Activities
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How to Make Bat Crafts for Kids


Bats with Moveable Heads Paper Craft for Kids

Bats with Moveable Heads Craft for Kids

These little bats have brass brads for their noses so their heads can be moved from side to side. Pipecleaners are used to make their legs. They are great to use to teach children about different types of bats.

Little brown bat patterns, fruit bat patterns, and bat patterns on which children can draw their own faces are available.

You can print them out on brown construction paper and have your children color in the mouth or tongue or print them out on white card stock and have your children color them in.

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Stellaluna Bat Craft for Kids

fruit bat craft It is no wonder that "Stellaluna" was voted one of the top 100 picture books of all times in 2012. The charming pictures of the little lost bat and the engaging story make this a great book for children.

Not only is it a great story, it also teaches children about the characteristics of bats and gives interesting facts about bats at the end of the book.

Fruit Bat with Moving Head Craft

Children will enjoy making their own bats out of construction paper. Explain that Stella means "star" in latin and luna is another name for moon. Encourage your children to name their own bats meaningful names. Patterns for this craft are availble to members only.


Bat activity sheet

Bat Diagram Color Sheet

This bat diagram goes along great with the story.

Have your children compare the bat's limbs to the bats. Ask them, "How many fingers and toes do bats have? How many do they have?"

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