"A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove… but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child."
- Forest E. Witcraft
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This is a fun, interactive interest inventory for kindergarten or first grade students! This is intended to be used on the first day of school in small groups or whole group with guidance to get to know your students, their interests, and
This product is intended to be used in a small group setting to assist with both handwriting and letter/sound recognition, however can also be used as a learning activity for the entire class. Students will have the opportunity to practice writing
Engage young scientists with examining the structure of a bat wing and a human hand. After observing images closely, students can draw a hand and bat wing side-by-side to show what they know! (Bats have fingers and thumbs, too!)
This is the perfect activity to wrap up a unit on bats! After learning about the different parts of a bat, how bats sleep, and where they sleep, students can apply their knowledge by each creating a bat to contribute to the class bat colony!