Use the printable template found at dltk-kids.com and a paper bag to put together this adorable bat puppet:
Use your child's footprint and handprints to craft this charming bat from Handprint and Footprint Art.
Check out these sweet bats from Skip to My Lou. I may need to break my no-food-gifts-for-teachers-unless-there-is-a-pun-involved rule just this once. Or I may need to dig up a bat pun to go along with them...hmmm...
Your child's fingers become the bat's legs in this delightful bat finger puppet from Family Fun.
I love these pretty bat finger puppets that my good (virtual) pal Valerie over at Inner Child Fun put together to go with Shel Silverstein's poem "Five Black Bats"
What a fun way to add a little festive to your space with these clothespin bats from Martha Stewart.
And, last, but certainly not least, IrishMomLuvs2Bake uploaded this pic of her gorgeous cookies-n-cream bat cupcakes, using oreo chocolate cupcakes, topped with crumbed whipped cream and a mint oreo cookie with chocolate wafer wings, ears and candy corn tips for teeth. I wonder if I can get Roger to decide he wants these for his birthday cake?
Happy bat crafting!