b b b b b b b b b b - Batman (well, sort of)


B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B  -- BATMAN!

I don't know if that is the correct number of B's - but it seemed like a good amount!

Batman helps the kidlets learn beginning sounds.  And we start with their names.

First we sponge paint bats.  I put purple and black paint out for the kidlets to use.


When the paint is dry, we string paint of a bit of gold bling on top.  Sorry no picture - so I will try to explain with words.  I tie a piece of string onto the end of popsicle stick, mess the string into the paint so that it is all covered, and then tell the kids to make the string "dance" on the paper by moving the popsicle stick.)  


Click on the image to download the bat template.


The kidlets glue on small pictures of their faces.  And the bats go flying by the light of the full moon.


Then we sing our batsongs.  

My song would go /s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s/s - S-bat (because my name starts with an S).

Shari Sloane does it with the vowels.
       
     


happy hauntings,






            

5 comments

  1. Thanks so much! I start my bat study tomorrow.
    :)

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  2. Thanks!
    We love the little fruit bats we have surprisingly found on
    our ceilings at times:) This will be fun to use in our study of bats...
    http://thetravelingclassroom.blogspot.com

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    1. fruit bats on the ceiling would be fun

      sandi

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  3. Thank you for sharing! I found your blog on Classroom Freebies. Really cute - I'm gonna try making the bats with my son! :)

    Stephanie @ middleschoolmattersblog.blogspot.com/

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    1. I hope that you and your son have some bat fun.

      sandi

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