Get in the Halloween spirit with super cute batty crafts, snacks, and activities from Brigitte that are just perfect for kids to make for Halloween!
Yes, bats! Have fun learning about those cute (okay, maybe creepy) fluffy mammals that fly through the air with these batty crafts, snacks, and activities.
Your house will swoop into Halloween with these fun batty crafts for kids to make!
- Spruce up your refrigerator with a bat magnet as seen on The Inspiration Edit using a black bottle cap and other supplies.
- Use a different type of bottle cap to create this bottle top bat as seen on Love and Lollipops.
- Use cupcake liners to create cute cupcake liner bats as seen on I Heart Crafty Things.
- Hang paper plate bats as seen on A Dab of Glue Will Do from your ceiling.
- Reuse an egg carton by creating this egg carton bat from Crafty Morning.
- Have fun creating another egg carton bat as seen on Crafts by Courtney.
- Reuse a toilet paper roll to create this cute hanging bat craft as seen on Buggy and Buddy.
- Practice fine motor skills by creating a yarn wrapped bat as seen on Housing a Forest.
- Create an origami bat like the one seen on Red Ted Art.
You might not want to eat the same food as bats, but everyone can enjoy bat-themed treats! Which one of these batty snacks will you enjoy?
- Create a simple bat brownie as seen on Keeper of the Cheerios with prepackaged brownies, construction paper, and googly eyes.
- Make a simple bat pudding treat as seen on I Heart Crafty Things using a premade chocolate pudding cup and a few other basic supplies.
- The bat oreo truffles found on One Sweet Appetite require more preparation, but the end result looks delicious.
- Enjoy even more chocolatey goodness with this chocolate bat as seen on Hungry Happenings.
- If you are looking for a bat treat that doesn’t feature chocolate, you may enjoy bat cinnamon tortilla crisps as seen on Simply Recipes.
- You may get a little messy with these ice cream sandwich bats as seen on Laura’s Little House Tips.
- Create fruit bats (or maybe even veggie bats) as seen on Copy-Kids for a healthy snack. Before enjoying these healthy treats, you may want to use a tape measure to show the length of the flying fox bat’s wingspan of around five feet. Aren’t you glad these giant bats eat fruit?
- Make mini bat treats with only four ingredients as seen on Chelsea’s Messy Apron.
- Let your little one create a bat snack cup to fill with tasty treats as seen on Alice and Lois.
Enjoy some batty activities to practice number and letter recognition, fine motor skills, counting, and more.
- Practice number and letter recognition and fine motor skills by taking bats out of a bat cave as seen on Mom Explores the Smokies.
- Practice counting with a bat counting game as seen on Fantastic Fun and Learning.
- Reuse your pieces from the bat counting activity and have fun with a word matching game as seen on Fantastic Fun and Learning.
- Have fun playing and practicing fine motor skills with this bat sensory bin shown on Modern Preschool.
- Practice counting skills with this bat counting activity as seen on Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas.
- Have you ever heard the phrase “blind as a bat”? Well, bats aren’t really blind. They do use echolocation, though. Learn more about echolocation with these easy echolocation activities shown on Preschool Powol Packets.