Bats - Nocturnal Animals Differentiated Readers {Plus a FREEBIE!}

With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

With fall upon us and Halloween right around the corner, I'd like to show you some differentiated 'I Am a Bat' emergent readers. And then I have a FREE DOWNLOAD you can try out if you haven't already! 
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While you really can use these readers at any time of year, I tend to do them around our Halloween and Nocturnal Animals units. I have many animal readers in this series, but I'm only going to highlight the bat readers today! 
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

So this is what the cover looks like. It's the same for all three levels of the reader. 
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

Here's what it looks like full size. Each page of the book comes two-to-a-page so that you can easily print the books using the collate and staple options on your copy machine. Then use a paper cutter to quickly slice between the books and just like magic, they're already assembled for you!
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

Meet your students right where they're at with three differentiated levels to choose from. Your kiddos can highlight any sight words, chunks, or blends that you are currently working on.

Learn some unique facts about bats that many people don't know!


Learn what they eat and how they sleep.

The last page is one of my favorites. It's included in all of the readers of this series. Students write down a list of the favorite things they learned while reading the book! It's a great way to incorporate writing practice. This picture is from a set of rabbit readers, and I just happened to have it handy to show you. This is how the bat books end as well.

Let me show you two ways you can get this bats reader set.

You can get this differentiated reader by itself here:

 Or you can get it in a bundle with other readers:
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

Six readers, all about nocturnal animals, are included in this bundle.

Remember reading that book when you were a kid, about the old lady who swallowed a fly? Well, guess what? She swallows a lot more things now, including bats! My students LOVE when I pull this book out. I made some activities and centers to go along with this book.

Since this reading this book is so close the beginning of school year, we are still focusing on some of our beginning sight words, so this simple emergent reader helps us focus on those while learning some of the Old Lady Bat vocab.

Students can cut/paste letters to build words, and they can work on sequencing while making the old lady eat her corresponding objects!

Some pocket chart pieces are included also:

Here are some other bat books you can use, too:

If you're in need of a couple quick bat crafts, grab some black paper plates, clothespins, scissors, black tissue paper, & wiggle eyes:




 Now, let me show you a FREE DOWNLOAD you can get right now that will give you an opportunity to try those differentiated readers out!

This is the I Am an Alligator set. 
It's set up exactly like the bat readers, only your students will be learning about alligators instead! Oh my! 
Try this series FREE right here:

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-Til next time
       
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a perfect time for your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First grade kids to be learning about nocturnal animals! If you're looking for fall activities for kids, these Bats, Owls, & Spiders differentiated readers are a perfect additional to the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this fall. Help your students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about bats at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

These FREE non-fiction, differentiated readers will go right along with the other activities, crafts, and ideas you have planned for your class this spring. Help your Kindergarten or First Grade students develop confidence in their reading abilities while learning about alligators at the same time. In addition, the last page of each reader incorporates writing practice as students recall facts that they learned in the reader.

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