Bats – Flying mammals often surrounded by mystery and myth. For years, bats have been demonized by horror movies and Halloween but the truth remains; Bats were created by God and are important, beneficial animals.
I’ve just created a new free download called Bats. This unit has been designed to be used for any study of bats, small or large. Within the unit, there are several pages designed to aid students in the research process along with pages for notebooking and lapbooking.
Here are several ‘Bat’ books you may want to use during a unit on bats:
- Stokes beginner’s guide to bats / Kim Williams, Rob Mies ; with Donald and Lillian Stokes
- Amazing bats / Seymour Simon
- Bats! : strange and wonderful / by Laurence Pringle ; illustrated by Meryl Henderson
- How bats “see” in the dark / Malcolm Penn
- Outside and inside bats / by Sandra Markle
- Bats / Annalise Bekkering
- Bats / by Sophie Lockwood
- Bats / Phil Richardson
For online resources, go to: http://www.batconservation.org/
Local ‘Bat’ Event: Aurora Parks, Recreation and Open Space is offering a Live Bat Encounter on October 29th. Click here for details!
Ready to download Bats? Click here to go to the download page.
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