This shape bat craft is a great Halloween activity for kids to practice 2D shapes during the month of October. While I created the craft for preschoolers and older kids, my readers mainly use it with kindergartners.
The bat template comes with big patterns, easy for little hands to scissors cut and glue together.
I created the bat craft right on time for Halloween but it can be used any time of the year for a bat study unit and paired with bat facts.
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If you are a teacher and use the craft for Halloween, I am sure it will make a beautiful bulletin board or classroom decoration.
The six shape crafts included are: circle, square, rectangle, triangle, oval and hexagon.
These bats are a great addition to our shape crafts. Why not combine math and crafting if we can do it in a fun way?
If you’re looking for more Halloween ideas for preschoolers and kindergartners, check out our collection of Halloween crafts. We make sure that our crafts are kid-friendly and fun.
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Shape Bat Craft
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- Shape bat template
- Cardstock paper: black, white and red
How to Make a Shape Bat Craft
The shape bat template comes with two versions:
Option 1 – print the template, cut out the patterns and trace them on appropriate paper.
Option 2 – print the pattern directly on colored paper and cut them out.
Step by Step Directions
Print the template and cut out the patterns.
To make the shape bats, you will need: 1 black bat, 2 black ears, 2 black wings, 2 eyes, 1 red mouth and 2 white fangs.
Start by cutting out all the shapes.
Glue the ears onto the bats.
Glue the eyes onto the bats.
Add the mouth.
Glue the two fangs at the bottom of the mouth.
Glue the wings, one wing on each side of the bat.