Get ready for some easy Halloween crafts that are spookily easy to prepare with this free bat template to print.
I’ve always done quite a lot of bat activities with my kids, partially because my kids love Halloween but also because my son was huge fan of Batman when he was younger. If I couldn’t find anything online to do then I’d have to come up with something quickly!
Getting things ready from scratch can be time consuming but likewise at the rate my kids go through ideas it can be pretty expensive if we buy things for every activity so hopefully this bat template will help save you a bit of money and time while allowing you to have fun and get creative with your child.
If you like this template but don’t need to print it right now then make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you have it ready when you need it.
Bat Template Craft Ideas
- Grab a cotton bud (q-tip) and dip it in black, blue, purple and green ink and use it to colour in the bat shape. Can you make dots all over the bat?
- Colour or paint it. There’s nothing wrong with the most simple ideas as they’re often the most fun and can lead to more creativity too – what will your bat’s face look like? Or you could print the bat onto blue paper, paint your bat black and then add some stars to the background.
- Use it for resist art and colour in the outside of the paper.
- Make a suncatcher using dark cellophane or tissue paper. I made pumpkin suncatchers with my kids that they really enjoyed but you could easily do a bat shaped one cutting about a 2cm edge around this template to give you a frame for your child to fill in. As well as the original post about this I’ve also linked the video of making our suncatchers to this page to give you an idea how this works.
Free Templates for Kids Crafts
As a parent I know how handy it can be to have things to hand that you can easily print off for your children so here on Crafts on Sea you’ll find lots of free templates with ideas for every season. With each template you’ll also find ideas on how to use them, so be sure to check them out.
This printable PDF is free for personal use and for use in schools and preschools. You can print as many copies as you like. You can’t sell this template and you may not edit the PDF itself. If you wish to link to this printable, either to share it with students or as part of a blog post, please link to this page and not the PDF itself.
Free Bat Printable
More Bat Crafts for Kids
These cupcake liner bats are super easy to make and would be good to pop on the front of a Halloween card.
These paper plate bats are ones that my kids made and were displayed in their rooms for ages – definitely a popular craft in our house!