Did you know that it is Bat Appreciation Day? Your kids can learn all about these mammals through research and practice presenting their findings using this simple Bat Report!
Writing activities like this one are a great way for young children to practice writing complete sentences, use the correct punctuation, and much more!
The Bat Report:
Even at the early elementary grade levels, it is important for children to learn how to research a topic, gather important facts, and use that information to write a report.
Learning these skills will help them know how to find the answers to comprehension questions from non-fiction books or informational text too.
Why Use Animal Reports To Practice Researching And Writing Facts?
Kids love animals! So, animals reports are a fun way for them to learn more about animals that they may not know a lot about like bats.
Getting Ready To Use The Bat Report:
- 2 Bat Page Toppers (in color and black and white)
- 1 Report Template
What Else Is Needed:
To get this writing activity ready for your kids, click on the button below and download the printables.
There are two different bats page toppers. One that is in color and one that is black and white for your kids to color. You can decide which one you want your kids to use and then print just that page.
How To Use The Panda Report:
After reading books, watching videos, and researching information about bats, your kids will fill out the report. There are over 1400 different species of bats, so your students can all write about a different one.
They will find out the animal’s average size, habitat, and diet. They will also write three interesting facts about bats that they learned for their research.
If you are using the black and white bat template, your kids can color it. They can then cut it out and glue the bat on top of the report.
If your students write their reports about different species of bats, they can present their reports to their classmates. They can compare and contrast the bat facts too.
This Bat Report is a fun way for your kids to learn how to research information, discover facts from informational text, and write a simple report.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this animal writing report for later? Pin this to your writing board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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