Research, write and create a bat report with a cut-and-assemble bat shaped writing template.
Go Batty for Bats and Halloween Activities!
Our Build-a-Bat Report Writing Template is a fun and exciting template easily aligned to Common Core writing standards. It would be great for a Halloween writing activity or informational writing project.
Bats can be scary, but this bat-themed report writing template is a fun and exciting way for students to show their learning about bats. The template consists of the cut-outs to color, cut out, and assemble a bat and lined pages to display their writing.
Our Build a Bat Template can be used in your
🎃Halloween lesson plans
🦇October writing lesson plans
✂️ Give Them the (Safety) Scissors
This template makes for a bonus cutting skills activity, depending on your students’ ages and abilities.
With adult supervision, cutting skills help students work multiple muscle groups and their brains, plus:
- Strengthen finger and hand muscles
- Build dexterity and fine motor skills
- Improve hand-eye coordination
- Develop focus and attention.
These skills are necessary to use a pencil and a fork; button a shirt and tie shoes; write, type and swipe.
Scissor skills are brain and muscle skills!
Download & Print — It’s Child’s Play!
The Build-a-Bat Template is a breeze to download and use in your classroom! Click the download button to download the PDF resource file. Make your copies, and you are ready to dive into writing and creating a fantastic bat bulletin board with your students’ creations!
- Note: You may want to make extra copies of the lined paper pieces, just in case your writers need additional room to write.
While you’re here, check out more activities and teaching resources that fill your October lesson plans and students’ brains:
Your students will love these spooky Halloween fortune tellers. Choose from a pumpkin, mummy, and bat!
A foldable bat-themed number expander for students to record 3-digit place value.
Add hands-on literacy activites to your Halloween reading centers to help students identify, write, and learning the sound of the “ghostly” letter G.