Bat Cut and Paste Activities for Kindergarten

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Strengthen motor skills while working on math and literacy with these free printable bat cut and paste activities for kindergarten.

My cut and paste worksheets have been very popular here on the blog, and I’m having a blast creating new ones for you to use with your kiddos.

This set of free printables is perfect for your autumn and/or Halloween lesson plans. You can add them to your nocturnal animals unit, as well.

These bat-themed printables are perfect for kids ages 4-7. There are activity pages that help kids practice counting to ten, ordering numbers to ten, short a words, and more.

Bat Cut and Paste Activities for Kindergarten

Because these worksheets are print-and-go, they are perfect for busy moms and homeschool co-op teachers. There is no prep work involved.

Young learners will love working on a variety of math and literacy skills this fall as they practice cutting and pasting.

Preparing the Worksheets

All you need to do to prepare these worksheets is print them out! It’s that easy.

However, if you’d like to make them reusable, you can laminate them after printing them out.

Then, add velcro dots to the back of each cut off piece and each blank box on the page.

What’s Included?

Counting to Ten

Children will count the bats in each set, and then glue the correct number beside it.

Number Words

As with the first worksheet, children will count the bats in each set. On this worksheet, however, they will glue the correct number word beside each one.

Sorting by Size

Children will cut out the twelve items on the page. They’ll sort them into the correct box according to their size – big or small.

Beginning Sounds

Children will cut and paste objects that begin with the /b/ sound.

Number Order

Preschoolers will cut and paste the numbers in order from 1-10.

Short A Words

Kids will read ten short “a” words. Then, they’ll paste a picture of that word in the box.

Number Before

Children will cut and paste the number that comes before the featured numbers.

Number After

Children will cut and paste the number that comes after the featured numbers.


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about bats. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

Bats (New & Updated Edition)Stellaluna 25th Anniversary EditionBat Loves the Night: Read and Wonder


Bats – Presenting fascinating information on all kinds of bats, from how they use echoes to hear, to the legends that surround them and how to protect the species.

Stellaluna – Knocked from her mother’s safe embrace by an attacking owl, Stellaluna lands headfirst in a bird’s nest. This adorable baby fruit bat’s world is literally turned upside down when she is adopted by the occupants of the nest and adapts to their peculiar bird habits. 

Bat Loves the Night – Night has fallen, and Bat awakens to find her evening meal. Follow her as she swoops into the shadows, shouting and flying, the echoes of her voice creating a sound picture of the world around her. When morning light creeps into the sky, Bat returns to the roost to feed her baby… and to rest until night time comes again. Bat loves the night!

Teaching Resources

Kids will get a kick out of playing some spooky music out of this adorable bat speaker!

Add a fun bat costume to your dress-up center, and your kids can act out their favorite bat stories.

Die cut felt bats are great for counting, color recognition, and more!

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