Anna Forrester

children's books

 

RESOURCES

You can find four pages of "For Creative Minds" activities in the back of BAT COUNT. Arbordale Publishing also offers links to resource materials at their website: comprehension quizzes, related math activities, information on alignment to standards, and more -- in both Spanish and English.

Below are MORE great resources and activities too!

 
 
(photo: The Nature Conservancy)

(photo: The Nature Conservancy)

MORE ON BATS! (FOR KIDS)

FUN BAT STUFF from National Geographic Kids.

Great BAT TRIVIA & PHOTOS from The Nature Conservancy.

Bat World Sanctuary's KID'S PAGE.

3/2/16 BAT PODCAST on Tumble.

PBS video, BATS: GUARDIANS OF THE NIGHT


MORE ON BATS (FOR EDUCATORS)

Bat FACTS & PHOTOS from the US Dept of the Interior.

Bat Conservation International Information on BAT HOUSES.

Bat World Sanctuary's TEACHER PAGE.

Reserve Bat Conservation International's BAT TRUNK.

7 Bat Science Activities from Scholastic.

Preschool bat activities from KidSoup.

 

A tri-color bat with WNS. (photo from the National Park Service)

A tri-color bat with WNS. (photo from the National Park Service)


Data mapping from Cornell's Great Backyard Bird Count.

Data mapping from Cornell's Great Backyard Bird Count.

DO MORE CITIZEN SCIENCE!

Join the APPALACHIAN BAT COUNT (check your state to see if they do counts too).

Search ZOONIVERSE.

Find BIRD CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECTS at Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Find even MORE PROJECTS at scistarter.

And learn more about the field from THE CITIZEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION.

Watch the new PBS series, The Crowd & The Cloud.