Bats Theme Therapy Plans

Welcome back to installment number 2 of visual lesson plans! This week is all about BATS!

Funny story, my mother HATES and is TERRIFIED of bats. During my childhood our next door neighbors were a deaf family. My dad was at work and my mom found a bat in my house. She is TERRIFIED of bats so she went to go ask the neighbor dad if he could come help. She was pretty proficient in ASL, but he was not understanding what she was saying. Turns out she was signing "Help! Butterfly!" and he thought it was hilarious. Point being, we are going to learn the sign for bat this week because of my mom!

You can grab thee PDF version of my lesson plans with clickable links HERE



  • My itty bitties are going to keep targeting the core word - GO, I am switching out my cars with a whole bunch of wind up toys in my core word caddy 
  • My preschool friends are going to be talking all about BATS, particularly the PARTS of a bat. We will be reading the interactive book "All About Parts" from my describing interactive book sets and reinforcing parts with my smash mats and glow in the dark bat toys 
  • My Kinders/First Graders will be reading Stellaluna, answering comprehension questions, and describing bats using my EET FREEBIE
  • My Articulation students will be using these two freebies - the Bat Hat Template from Texas Speech Mom and the Batty About Speech craft from Peachie Speechie 

Interested in any of these resources? You can download the PDF HERE, click on any picture, and it will take you right to the resource. Nifty huh! 





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