Back in Oklahoma, we had season passes to the local zoo. In the rainforest building they had fruit bats hanging from the ceiling in the pass betweens. At first, the kids weren’t really sure what to think of them. But over time it became a game to see how many we could spot!
Ever since, the kids – especially the boys – have been fascinated with bats. So, this week I am creating some wonderfully bat printables!! Thanks, once again, to EduClips for this clipart!
- Plain coloring pages for toddlers
- Preschool Letters for PreK-K
- Manuscript for 1st – 3rd grades
- Cursive for 3rd – 5th grades
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