Integrating Science and Social Studies
How many times have you said that there just isn't time in your school day to fit everything in? I know I have said it plenty of times. Now...this is not necessarily saying that I want to have a longer school day, because I know how tired the students and I are by the end of the day. I can't imagine making it longer. However, we can work smarter, not longer. Science and social studies often get pushed to the side in order to fit in reading, writing, and math. By not teaching science and…
Bats: An Animal Study
Engage your class in an exciting hands-on experience learning all about bats! This Bats: An Animal Study is perfect for science in Preschool, Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of
Bats Nocturnal Animals. Coffee Filter Process Art.
Coffee Filter Bats Preschool Craft Nocturnal animals was our point of interest these days. My Firefly got very creative and involved in painting coffee filters and assembling her flying bats. Three days of coffee filters and cloth pins was getting under my skin - when she finally settled on the last perfectly engineered bat. She used paper, tape, and several black pins for that one. Nocturnal animals was a new and exciting area to explore. You can find more of our nocturnal animals crafts…
Bat Science Experiments: Echolocation Activities!
Bat Science Experiments: Echolocation Activties! These science projects are perfect for a sound unit, nocturnal animals unit, or just for fun! Great for preschool, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders!
Groove-less and Going Batty! - Babbling Abby
Hey, y’all! What?! Over a week since a post?! I . Am. Bad. But mostly busy. At home and at school. And, girls (and the occasional guy), I cannot get my groove on! I have this block of time in the afternoon where I had a lots of kididdles (i.e. EIGHT) pulled for reading …
pumpkins and bats
October flew by. November is here and I can't believe it. I am so looking forward to Thanksgiving break. This teacher is tired. Here are s...
Bat-Themed Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Week activity plan for bat or nocturnal animals with the featured book Stellaluna by Janell Cannon, aimed at Toddlers and Preschoolers
Stellaluna Lesson Plans!
Bat lesson plans for kindergarten is here! Math, Poetry, Center Activities, and craft ideas. See how I craft lessons around the book, Stellaluna!
Bats in the Cave
I was supposed to post this last night, but got busy cleaning/organizing things in my craft room :) Yesterday we played this bat game in my...
Favorite Bat Books for Kids - Fantastic Fun & Learning
19 favorite fiction and nonfiction bat books for preschoolers. Also includes preschool activities and crafts for learning about bats.
Flying Bats STEM Activity for Preschoolers
This flying bats STEM activity will be a hit with your preschooler as they send their bat flying around the room. Step by step how to make your bat fly.
Five Furry Bats: A Math and Literacy Pack for Preschool and Kindergarten
This Bat Math and Literacy pack is filled with activities that are perfect for both Math and Literacy. This pack is bat themed and can be used at Halloween or anytime of the year. Lots of hands on learning with this pack. Packet Includes: Poem: five Little Bats Pocket Chart Pome with Bats This Is...