Complete the rest of this smiley bat dot to dot by joining the dots. You can chose to follow numbers or the alphabet.
Whether you are looking for some bat puzzles to add a bit of fun to a wildlife project or perhaps for Halloween, we've lots to choose from.
Here's a fun dot to dot for Halloween. Join the dots carefully to reveal a Halloween bat... Choose from three versions - one with numbers, one with lower case letters and one with upper case letters.
Copy our picture of a bat by using the grid, one square at a time. Good for building concentration, and a fun way to learn to draw simple objects!
Did you know that bats have their own method of navigation, called echolocation? This bat still needs a bit of extra help from the kids to get out of the maze.
Complete the missing parts of the grid on the left by referring to our lovely bat on the right - a fun complete the bat puzzle!
Can the kids fill in the missing pieces to complete the bat? Try it once with the complete picture to help - and a second time without it!
Here's a fun counting activity that hopefully won't drive you batty! Count the different types of bats (including cute baby ones!) and write your answers in the boxes.
Count the different types of bats - and not the spiders - on this fun worksheet. Perfect for Halloween, perhaps?