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Bat Directed Drawing

If your kiddos loved the FREE pumpkin directed drawing activity  I shared last week, then they’re going to go BATTY for this bat directed drawing,…

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If your kiddos loved the FREE pumpkin directed drawing activity  I shared last week, then they’re going to go BATTY for this bat directed drawing, too!

I love to teach my students about bats! The nonfiction and fiction texts to pair with this theme are wonderful, and the cross-curricular activities are endless. Check out this post for suggestions on how to incorporate a bat theme into science, math, reading, and art! Check out this free bat directed drawing activity, perfect for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade!

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…

I love to teach my students about bats! The nonfiction and fiction texts to pair with this theme are wonderful, and the cross-curricular activities are endless. Check out this post for suggestions on how to incorporate a bat theme into science, math, reading, and art!

He’s super easy to make and your students will be delighted with the opportunity to create him using their letter knowledge.

And, while bats fully creep me out in real life, books about bats are seriously THE CUTEST.  Little Chiro in Nightsong by Ari Burkey is absolutely precious and Stellaluna never disappoints! Keep the Boo Bat in mind as a great activity to use alongside a number of bat-themed picture books.  If you need any recommendations, I’ve got you covered – I just wrote a post all about them (including several paired activities).

Today, I’m sharing FIVE of my favorite bat-themed picture books and activities that will fit right into your curriculum whether you teach pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, or second grade. Each book shown below matches with a set of paired activities, so that your lesson plans are ready to roll and you can simply teach!  They’re Common Core standards-aligned, focused on comprehension and vocabulary, and include three differentiated assessments. BOOM DONE.

I’d love for you to make the Boo Bat with your kiddos! Snag the directions for making him using the form at the bottom of this post. Be sure to tag me on Instagram @babblingabby if you share them – I’d love to see your students’ work!

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