Here's a fun way for young children to practise their acrostic poem skills - only three lines required! These bat acrostic poem printables are also useful as writing frames.
Lots NEW! Practice handwriting, have a go at some symmetry, take on a jigsaw or find out some fun facts - our bat worksheets aren't boring! Great for a Wildlife topic, or for the Halloween classroom, perhaps?
Learning to count and put numbers 1 to 10 in order is fun with this bat jigsaw, which is of course perfect for Halloween. It comes in black and white (make sure the kids colour the picture before you cut it up!) and colour.
Bats are very unusual creatures, so it might be tricky for the children to decide which of these interesting facts are true and which are fiction! They need to place each label into either the fact or fiction column on the first page.
Cut out the labels and stick them into the correct column on this bat "fact vs fiction" worksheet. Use it to encourage the children to learn about bats - they will need to find out the answers - or as a revision exercise.
This is a great worksheet for beginner readers and writers, giving them plenty of chance to trace, sound out and write the word "BAT".
We have two sizes of these letter order worksheets to choose from. The large size has 3 bats and letter sets per page and 8 worksheets in total. The small size has 8 bats and letter sets per page and 3 worksheets in total.
Can the children describe the lifecycle of a bat using our set of story papers? Each story paper has plenty of room for writing.
Fill in the number before and after the number on the bat's tummy! We've provided 3 worksheets in this set, for numbers up to 10.
Fill in the bats' wings with the numbers before and after the numbers on the bats' tummies! There are 2 pages in this worksheet set, for numbers up to 20.
Fill in the bats' wings with numbers up to 50 - writing the number before and after the number on the bats' tummies. There are 3 pages in this set.
Younger children can practise their pencil control with this fun worksheet, carefully following the dotted lines from the start towards the bats. You could also use this worksheet as a cutting exercise.
The kids will love sorting these cute bats in order of size! Simply print and cut out (laminate if you prefer), then jumble them up ready to be sorted!
The word "bat" is one of the first CVC words introduced to children - so this jigsaw is perfect for early learners, particularly at Halloween.
Whether you are studying bats in class, or want to write a spooky story for Halloween - here's the paper for you! Two versions to choose from, one with lines and one with handwriting lines for younger kids.
Here's a cute story paper for younger children, with a picture of a bat to colour in - perfect for a Halloween activity. Choose from two versions below...
Learn about symmetry by trying to reproduce the second half of our funny bat on this symmetry worksheet. We have a gridded version for younger children.
Practice your pencil skills with this simple bat tracing page – perfect for the youngest children. Use a thick pen or crayon to trace between the dotted lines, or a pencil to trace on them.
Can the children match the bat vocabulary with the correct definition? There are some quite tricky words here to learn...
Here's a fun worksheet with a simple CVC word for the kids to trace, and maybe sound out. Perfect for early learners at Halloween, perhaps!
This simple bat word tracing page is designed to help younger children practise their handwriting skills. You can also laminate the worksheet so you can use it again! Choose from our UK or US versions.
When you are learning about bats, why not get the kids to try filling out this bat worksheet. They might have to do a little research to fill in all the blanks...
Use our bat writing page for capturing research on bats, or for project writing. We have colour and black and white versions available.
You could use this story paper for dictation, copywork or creative writing at Halloween - or just ask the kids to describe what they see in the picture before colouring it in. There are lots of interesting details to inspire them. Who lives in the house on the hill?
Multiplication bump is a two player game that just needs one of our printable boards, 2 dice and 2 colours of counters, one for each player. The rules are simple for kids to learn so you can set this up in the classroom for children to play with a partner, or play at home with your child.
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.
These fun bat alphabet cards can be used in lots of ways and are great for Halloween. Ask the kids to spell some Halloween themed words, or play some matching and spelling games? We've got upper and lower case alphabets in black and white or colour.
We love these cute Halloween bat number cards and we hope the kids will enjoy them too - use as flashcards, for card games and counting practice with a Halloween twist...We've given you numbers 0 to 20 and a spare bat to fill in how you choose.
Did you know that bats have thumbs? Colour in the picture and then use our labels to mark the bat's body parts correctly.
This bat lifecycle cloze worksheet is an interesting way to learn a little more about the life cycle of these incredible mammals. We've included a number of words to be used to fill in the gaps.