Thursday, October 18, 2012

Bats, Bats, Bats


Thank you Tammy!  It was such a treat to be booed.  
Tammy at http://www.123teachwithme.com/ boo-ed me.  It is a fun little link up hosted by http://toristeachertips.blogspot.com/2012/10/ive-been-booed-fun-october-linky.html.  I wanted to thank her--but all of my favorite bloggers have already been boo-ed.  I hope you don't mind if I don't boo others.  Am I breaking all blog edicate?  Anyways there are lots of great ideas being shared through the linky--and if you want to be boo-ed, and haven't--just send me an email at ateacherwithoutaclass@gmail.com.  

Now on to my post.  As part of the link--we are to share some freebies. Not hard for me, because everything I share is free.  I love bats--and so do so many others.  I have posted five of my favorite bat books, and some bat handouts.   My kids love to pretend to be bats.  They fly, hang up-side down, and of course hibernate.  So enjoy the great ideas that other bloggers are sharing--and I promise to boo you, if you so desire!



Zipping, Zapping, Zooming Bats, by Ann Earle
K-W-L Chart about Bats

Amazing Bats, By Seymour Simon


Skip Counting Worksheet



Bats, by Gail Gibbons



Bats can-have-are

Bats can fly... bats have wings.... bats are mammals....  your students can write many more!


Bat Loves the Night, By Nicola Davies


Vocabulary words for Bat Loves the Night



Stellaluna, by Janell Cannon



Sorting facts and imagination in Stellaluna
Story Map for Stellaluna


I drew the bat on Word--all by myself!  I am so proud!



2 comments:

  1. I am having trouble opening the link for Cats Can-Have-Are and was wondering if you could help me. I would love to use it in my kindergarten class for charting. Your work is great! When I click on it the skip counting opens instead.

    Thanks!

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    1. It is fixed--I hope I fixed it soon enough. Thank you for letting me know!

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