Frances T. Young's Class
|To get our project started we read Stellaluna
and Creatures of the Night. We would like to thank our librarians Mrs.
Campbell and Mrs. Ellis for providing other bat books for us. In our study we read that
bats can be found in almost every corner of the world. We did some online bat activities
on how to build a bat house. We also did a bat word search puzzle, bat crossword puzzle,
and online coloring. We hope that you will enjoy reading our bat facts and poems.
Picture by IsaacBat Facts
By K. K.
A bat makes tiny squeaks as it flies in the dark. If it hears the squeaks bounce back, the bat knows something is in its way and flies around it. At rest time the bat hangs upside down by sharp claws on the hind feet. Bats, are strange, mice-like animals, with soft fur-covered bodies. Some bats eat bugs others eat fruit and drink animal blood.Bat Facts
By Katelande and Jason
Learning about bats can be enjoyed in many different ways.
Did you know?
About Bats By Shelby
Some bats live in caves. They hang upside down to go to sleep. Some are white, brown, and black. They have to find food to help take care of their babies.
BatsBy Tiffany and Eric
Although many kinds of bats live in tropical climates, all bats living in temperate areas must either hibernate or migrate during cold weather. The body temperature of the bat falls rapidly and tends to approach the outside temperature when the bat is at rest.
Bat Facts By Rocky
Bats have varying diets. Many of the small bats are useful to man since they feed on insects. Others eat fruits, small land vertebrates and even fish.
Picture By Charlie
About BatsBy Miranda
Some bats eat fruit and some dont. Some bats eat animals, frogs, ants, and fish. All day bats hang upside down in a tree. In the evening, they will fly off and look for food to eat.