Freebie Friday ~ Bat Resources

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Bat Resources

Bats have gotten a really bad wrap over the years, especially now that the Covid-19 virus has been linked back to them. Here are some free bat resources to, hopefully, help devilify them.

Bats Mini Book from Education to the Core on Teachers Pay Teachers
Bat Resources
Bats: Bats: A FREE Close Read / Mini- Book and Writing Reflection.

October FREEBIE: Bats {Close Reading passage with Common Core Aligned Questions} from 247 Teacher on Teachers Pay Teachers
Bat Resources
“I use this in speech therapy and my kiddos love it! You’ll learn that there’s more to a bat than we know. I like how the same story comes in three different presentations along with fun and interactive follow up worksheets. Questions focus on main idea and other interesting key points. This story keeps my kiddos interested and wanting to learn more. Thank you!”- Eva G.

Vampire Bats from Educating Everyone 4 Life on Teachers Pay Teachers
Bat Resources
FREE – Vampire Bats – Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Activity

This is a free non-fiction reading activity about vampire bats. This activity includes a reading comprehension passage, an assessment, and a graphic organizer to help students improve their comprehension skills.

Bat Numbers Before and After from Frogs-and-Fairies
Bat Resources
These FREE Bat Numbers Before and After cards and worksheets are quirky, non spooky and cute.

Draw a Vampire Bat from Art Projects for Kids
Bat Resources
This is a tutorial on how to draw a pretty friendly looking bat. Oversized heads and symmetrical shapes always seem to work better for young artists, so this one is great for all ages.

FREE “How a Bat Grows” Printable eBook
from Sirvovomg a Teachers Salary
Bat Resources
Here’s a FREE “How a Bat Grows” Printable that includes coloring sheets for kids and a mini-book format for you to print and use!

Bat Directed Drawing from Babbling Abby
Bat Resources
This little guy is called a Boo Bat because you make him using the word BOO, along with other letters in the alphabet! Look closely and see if you can find all of the different letters he’s made of…

Rhyming Bats Literacy Center from A Dab of Glue will Do
Bat Resources
Bats can be super creepy, BUT Educlips has the cutest bats ever. How could I resist making a Rhyming Bats Literacy Center for YOU?! Learning is always much more fun when you can incorporate themed stuff anyways – especially during the holidays. Are you looking for more bat ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom?

Free Bat Unit Study from Royal Baloo
Bat Resources
This Bat Unit Study is not specific to one book. It includes questions that you should be able to find the answer to in almost any book about Bats. All of the information is covered in my book of choice, but for anyone else wanting to do the study, you should be able to use a different book.




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