Bats! Into the Night!
Pg. 3 Bats ABC Order! - Put the bat words in abc order by gluing them onto the tree – follow the numbers
Pg. 4 Doubles! – help the bats use their echolocation to find the answers – draw a line from the bat to each insect – use different color pencils
Pg. 5 Illustration of completed projects.
Pg. 6 Brainy Bat Math! – solve the math problems and write math sentences for each problem
Pg. 7 Bat Number Line – cut out the number line and bat and use it to solve the math problems by flying your bat up and down the number line
Pg. 8 My All About Bats Book!- fold the book and fill it out as you learn about bats
Pg. 9-11 True and False! – copy page A and B back to back, fold on the solid line, cut on the dotted line, read the sentences about bats on page C and glue them under the correct flap
Pg. 12 Illustrations of completed projects
Pg. 13 Bat Adjectives! – write adjectives about bats – perfect to use before a writing project to encourage students to use better word choices
Pg. 14 Let’s Compare and Contrast Bats and Birds – use the Venn Diagram to show how birds and bats are alike and how they are different
Pg. 15 My Bat Report! - choose a bat to research and write about
Pg. 16-17 Label the Bat! – label the bat to better understand what a bat looks like
Pg. 18-23 Bat Details! – take the information you learned about bats and write three details about them – cut out, glue, and add string to make your mobiles – hang them from the ceiling or in the hall
Pg. 24-27 Into the Night! - your turn to write a creative story about bats – What if you were a bat? What would you do? What kind of a bat would you be? Your choice of writing paper
Pg. 28 Thanks and credits