Let's Get Batty - Bat Crafts for Kids
Bat Crafts for Spooky Halloween Fun
Get your kids into the Halloween spirit with bat crafts! Add bats to pumpkins, walls and windows. Create bats out of paper, foam and paint. Use materials around the house or pick-up a bat craft kit to get you started.
Find bat craft tutorials, bat craft ideas and bat craft kits to get your child started creating bat crafts.
Construction Paper Bat Picture
To decorate the bat you will need to cut out two circles for eyes, and two white triangles for fangs. Add sparkles, paint or anything else you wish to decorate your bat.
Create paper bats quickly with the bat punch. Cut out paper bats make great accents for scrapbook pages or other crafts.
Bat Craft Template
If you cannot draw a bat do not worry. There are many people who share free bat patterns to help aid you with your bat inspired Halloween crafts. Here are a few places that offer free bat templates:
- Printable Halloween Templates
Countryliving.com provides Halloween craft templates for your craft needs. Find bat templates along with spiders and other creepy things to help you have batty fun.
- Bat Craft Template
Print out your bat template at FamilyFun.com. Template shows three sizes of printable bats. Find more templates at the website.
- Bat Pattern | Scholastic Printables
Use this cute bat pattern to make flying bats inside and outside the classroom..
- Halloween Templates
From bats to ghost your find Halloween patterns to add zest to your craft projects.
Create a bat that can easily hang on clothes lines, curtains or streamers using a basic clothes pin.
This clothes pin bat craft is easy and perfect for young children who are able to use scissors You can find these around the house or at a local store. Just paint the clothes line black and wait for it to dry. Cut out a pair of bat wings and glue them on to the back of the clothes pin. You can paint on eyes or add googly eyes. Add extra details to your bat to make it your own.
Free Bat Coloring Page on Pixabay
Martha Stewart Flying Bat Pumpkin Transfer
With Martha Stewarts Bat Transfers you can makeover your pumpkin for Halloween. No need to carve your pumpkin this year just place the transfers on your pumpkins and your ready for the holiday.
Supplies Needed: toilet paper roll, black construction paper, black paint, googly eyes, scissors, glue and markers
Start by painting the toilet paper roll black or gluing on black construction paper around the tube. If using construction paper make sure you measure the height of the roll with a ruler. Measure out the size needed on black paper and wrap it around tube until covered. Use scissors to trim any excess material
You can create the head on the black toilet roll or cut out a piece of black construction in a circle to attach atop the tube. If you are making a construction paper head. Add face details like two white triangles for fangs, two black triangles for ears,eyes or decorations before attaching the completed head piece.
If you are making you face on the tube just add all facial features one at time. Draw on mouth and glue on fangs. Add googly eyes, cut out eyes from construction paper or paint on eyes to finish your bat craft.
Bat Craft Projects
Looking for some to make some bat inspired crafts this Halloween? If so, you could make a bat out of craft pumpkin or egg carton. You could even try to make a bat puppets out of construction paper or a simple paper bag.
- Paper Bag Bat Craft
Find instructions and templates to create a paper bag bat puppet. Project uses paper bag, printer, scissors, markers and glue.
- Egg Carton Bat - Enchanted Learning Software
Looking for a fun bat craft to do with your kids? If so, they will love to create their own bats out of egg cartons.
- Bat Finger Puppet Craft
From cardboard paper little ones can make fun small bat finger puppets.
- Black Bat Craft Pumpkin
From Michaels.com comes a cute bat craft made out of a pumpkin. Using foam, a pumpkin, and hot glue you can you can make a nice Halloween decoration. Site provides instructions and pattern for this batty craft.
Paperfacets writer of Origami Bats in the Kitchen for Halloween has a cute paper bat project for older kids.
Paperfacets shows you step by step how to make origami bats. Websites features picture tutorial on how to construct the bats from start to finish. This fun project will help kids make a fun Halloween decoration to celebrate Halloween.
Halloween Bat Stickers
Decorate your Halloween projects with bat stickers. Just peel away from backing and stick on your craft projects as desired.
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