It's time to get batty! This fun craft is great for October or a unit study on bats. You can use the 7 writing activities to target a variety of goals and standards.
Included in this download:
-Directions & Examples (pages 3-4)
-Bat Craftivity Templates (pages 5-8) you can trace onto construction paper, print on white paper for students to color, or print on colored paper. Whatever works for you!
-“Bat Chat” (page 9) is great for targeting vocabulary or articulation.
-“My Batty Adventure” (page 10) is perfect for your students to create their own story about bats!
-“Bat Facts” (page 11) would be a good activity after reading a nonfiction book or exploring information about bats!
-Describing Web (page 12) includes 7 circles for students to write describing words about their bat.
-Writing & Drawing Student Page (page 13) combines drawing and writing for your students’ creative stories!
-Writing page (Page 14) can be used for you to come up with your own prompt or to use as a story retell page for a book you have read about bats. My suggestion: Stellaluna
-Beginning, Middle, End (Pages 15-16) is wonderful for working on narrative structure! Cut each box apart and glue to bat: Beginning = left wing, Middle = body, End = right wing. Blank and lined templates are included.
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