15+ Bat Crafts and Activities for Kids

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15+ Bat Crafts and Activities for Kids

INSIDE: Here is a bat-tactic collection of bat crafts and activities for kids! Fun ways to learn and create bats! These ideas make a create addition to any Halloween or Bat learning unit!

Bat Activities for Kids

Ahh yes I never knew how much I loved making and playing with BAT crafts and activities with my kids!! They usually don’t make an appearance in crafts or activities at any other time of the year other than Halloween, but these so called rats with wings are pretty cool animals.  Did you know that a bat can live for more than 30 years and can fly at speeds of 60 miles per hour?!? Who knew these little creatures had such longetivity and speed!  

But I digress, I have a collection of pretty fabulous Bar Crafts and Activities for Halloween perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners!

Bat Crafts for Kids

  1. Leaf Bat Craft – Happy Toddler Playtime
  2. Hanging Bat Craft – Kids Craft Room
  3. Adorable Bat Nature Craft – Little Pine Learners
  4. Handprint Bat Craft For Halloween– Simple Everyday Mom
  5. Bat Hats – Kids Craft Room
  6. Simple Accordion Fold Paper Bat Craft – I Heart Crafty Things
  7. Paper Tube Simple Paper Bat Craft – Easy Peasy Fun
  8. Paper Plate Bat Craft: Book-Inpsired Craft for KIds – ABCs of Literacy
  9. Coffee Filter Bats Craft – Darcy and Brian
  10. Chalk Bat Craft for Kids – Books and Giggles
  11. Bat Silhouette Halloween Art – Easy Peasy Fun
  12. Paper Plate Bat Craft – Kids Craft Room
  13. Wooden Spoon Bat Craft for Halloween – One Little Project
  14. Handprint Bat Keepsake – Kid Craft Idea – Glued to My Craft Blog

Bat Activities for Kids

  1. Bat Counting Game – Fantastic Fun & Learning
  2. Bat Number Find – Little Family Fun
  3. Shape Bat Craft – Easy Halloween Math Craft | Non-Toy Gifts
  4. Flying Bats STEM Activity for Preschoolers – The Educators Spin on It
  5. Beginning Letter Sounds Bat Matching Activity – Creative Family Fun
  6. Bats in a Cave: Bat Sight Word Game – Creative Family Fun
  7. Bat Cave Letter & Number Recognition – East TN Family Fun

Age Suitability

This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.

Looking for more Halloween Activities? Check out these fun ideas:

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  • 40+ Halloween Sensory Bins
  • 20+ Halloween Sticky Walls
  • 30 Adorable Pumpkin Activities & Crafts
  • 25+ Pumpkin Painting Ideas for Kids
  • 31 Adorable Toddler Halloween Costumes
  • 19 Halloween Sticker Activities
  • 20 Cool Ghost Activities & Crafts
  • 20 Witch Crafts & Activities for Kids

STEAM Activity Book

Looking for a fun activity book for your preschooler this summer? Check out my new book Super STEAM Activity Book: Launch Learning with Fun Mazes, Dot-to-Dots, Search-the-Page Puzzles, and More! ! Click here to learn more or order it now!

40 Spider Crafts & Activities for Kids

WILL YOU TRY ANY OF THESE BAT-TASTIC BAT CRAFTS CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES WITH YOUR CHILD THIS HALLOWEEN? PIN IT FOR LATER!

Exciting Sensory Bins for Curious Kids

Did you know I wrote a book of sensory bins? Click here for more information Exciting Sensory Bin for Curious Kids. Or grab your copy at Amazon.

Engage your child in hours of play with my colorful collection of sensory bin activities that aid with memory formation, language development, problem-solving skills and more. Perfect for toddlers from eighteen months to three years old and beyond, each bin makes use of materials you already have at home and helps reignite your kids’ interest in toys long forgotten.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Is Better than Natural Immunity

Note: The Pregistry website includes expert reports on more than 2000 medications, 300 diseases, and 150 common exposures during pregnancy and lactation. For the topic Coronavirus (COVID-19), go here. These expert reports are free of charge and can be saved and shared. __________________________________ Social media and even the news are awash with conflicting information surrounding the relative immunological benefits of COVID-19 vaccination versus those of vaccination with one of the approved vaccines against SARS -CoV2 (the virus that causes COVID-19. This is because the various studies have been conducted around the world using a variety of methods and standards, with many of the studies The post COVID-19 Vaccination Is Better than Natural Immunity appeared first on The Pulse.

COVID-19 Vaccination Is Better than Natural Immunity

Note: The Pregistry website includes expert reports on more than 2000 medications, 300 diseases, and 150 common exposures during pregnancy and lactation. For the topic Coronavirus (COVID-19), go here. These expert reports are free of charge and can be saved and shared.
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Social media and even the news are awash with conflicting information surrounding the relative immunological benefits of COVID-19 vaccination versus those of vaccination with one of the approved vaccines against SARS -CoV2 (the virus that causes COVID-19. This is because the various studies have been conducted around the world using a variety of methods and standards, with many of the studies not being peer reviewed, but simply pre-print papers, or even simply opinion. Based on the highest quality science, however, the following picture has emerged. First, as expected, those who have had neither a previous SARS-CoV2 infection nor COVID-19 vaccination are the least protected of all. Second, people with a previous SARS-CoV2 infection (symptomatic or not) who are subsequently vaccinated are the best protected of all. And finally, those who are fully vaccinated with no history of infection by the virus are better protected than survivors of previous SARS-CoV2 infection who have not been vaccinated. 

In other words COVID19 vaccination is better than natural immunity, which raises the question of how this can be. Intuitively, people often assume that natural infection should prime the immune system better than any vaccine, as has been the case with many diseases, but this phenomenon does not occur universally. With some infectious diseases, getting infected actually does not incur immunity. In a few cases, dengue fever for instance, which is caused by dengue virus, previous infection makes one more susceptible to the virus. This involves a phenomenon called antibody enhancement, making it likely that a second exposure to the virus will produce worse disease than the first. In the case of COVID-19, the data do not seem to indicate that a first infection will make a second infection worse. There will be a good amount of protection. But that protection will not be as good as the projection that you will acquire from vaccination. The reason may be related to the design of the vaccines, the ones that are approved and demonstrating good efficacy, resulting in an immune response different from the immune response to natural infection with SARS-CoV2. 

Early in the pandemic, we began discussing how the SARS-CoV2 virus makes you sick. Recall from our early discussions that the viral coat, the outer part of the virus, contains spike protein projecting outward, and that these spike proteins enable the virus to attach to, and invade, body cells. This is especially true deep in the respiratory tract, where the surfaces of cells are abundant with the particular protein to which SARS-CoV2 attaches by way of the spike proteins, namely a cell surface protein called ACE-2, or the ACE-2 receptor.

 Scientists and doctors are finding that, while symptomatic COVID-19 is fairly common in fully vaccinated people with no major health issues, such people rarely develop severe COVID-19 disease. It seems as if immunity against the virus affecting cells deep in respiratory tract and otherwise deep in the body persists, even as immunity against upper respiratory symptoms, such as cold symptoms wanes. So, while the virus may thrive to some extent in the upper respiratory tract, it seems not to be attaching well to ACE-2 in vaccinated people. 

This makes total sense, because the vaccines are designed to produce an immune response, not merely against the spike protein, which has many epitopes (regions that can generate an immune response, each characterized by particular antibodies that attach to that region), but particularly against the part of the spike protein that attaches to ACE-2. In contrast, immune response to a natural infection, an infection with SARS-CoV2 is much more broad, not specific to the attachment region on the spike protein, but to the entire spike protein and also other molecules on the surface of the virus. Natural immunity is a more comprehensive response to the virus, but immunity from vaccination seems to be more focussed on the part of the viral spike protein that enables the virus to cause disease. 

This is plausible mechanism as to why vaccination seems to work better than previous infection with the virus in terms of protecting you against the virus. Adding to this perspective, please remember getting a SARS-CoV2 infection to produce natural immunity in the first place is a very dangerous way to acquire natural immunity. This is particularly true for pregnant women, who, as we have discussed in past, are at elevated risk for developing severe disease, and requiring invasive ventilation and other aggressive treatments if they do become infected. Furthermore, COVID-19 in a pregnant women puts the fetus at risk, particularly for pre-term delivery, with all of its negative consequences.

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