Bat coloring pages to print off and color this autumn season. Different designs featuring bats!
Nothing says spooky season like bats. These free printable bat coloring pages are perfect for fall.
Unique designs you wont find anywhere else!
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How to Print
- Click the image to bring up a PDF version of the sheet
- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch peice of paper
You can print off all of the designs from this collection to make your own bat coloring book!
Kids can even color in the different bats then cut them out. An easy way to make Halloween themed decor with your kids.
Pictures of Bats to Color
Flying around in the evening, you can start seeing bats at dusk. Your kids will have fun coloring in the large bat along with the collection of stars.
Hanging from a tree, the bat in this next coloring sheet is sleeping upside down. You can color the branches brown and add a fall themed background in the white spaces.
On this next bat coloring sheet there are six bats to color. Young children in preschool can count the bats as they color them in. Add a background including a night sky to finish the page!
Did you know that bats are pollinators? You can find the word bat hidden in these pollinator word searches!
The large crescent moon ads a spooky feel to this next coloring page. Color in the moon using different shades of yellow to contrast the night sky. You can even color in the clouds at the bottom corner of the page.
During Halloween, we often think of bats flying during a full moon. You can color in the large moon along with the two bats. I love that this page is not too spooky for young kids to color.
Practice writing the word bat on this color and write worksheet. Perfect for young kids who are building handwriting skills. There is one large bat for kids to color along with the outline of the world bat.
Not just for Halloween, it is fun to learn about bats anytime of year. Bats are important members of the ecosystem. They actually help pollinate flowers like butterflies and other insects.
- Read a few educational books about bats
- After decorating, cut out some of the bats on these pages to make bat decorations.
- Head outside in the evening and look for bats in you own yard.