Alphabet Letter B Bat
Preschool Lesson Plan Printable Activities and Worksheets
Here are printable materials and some
suggestions to present letter B. Review related topics above and visit bat
theme activities and crafts.
Present and display the poster and distribute the coloring or printable activity of your choice that is age appropriate. This bat image has a matching printable craft.
Finger and Pencil Tracing: Trace letter B's in upper and lower case with your finger as you also sound out the letter. Invite the children to do the same on their coloring page.
Encourage children to trace the dotted letter, demonstrate the direction of the arrows and numbers that help them trace the letter correctly. During the demonstration, you may want to count out loud as you trace so children become aware of how the number order aids them in the writing process.
Find the letter B's: Have the children find all the letter B's in upper and lower case on the page and encourage them to circle or trace/shade them first.
Coloring Activity: Encourage the children to color the image in the coloring page.
Letter B Worksheet and Mini-Book: These materials can be used to reinforce letter practice and to identify related B words. Read suggested instructions for using the worksheet and mini-book.
Discuss other letter B words and images found in the worksheet. You can also display other posters and coloring pages or even make a letter B classroom book. Visit Letter B Printable Activities to make your choice.
Maze > Bat and haunted house > Skills > Prewriting skills, problem solving, letter tracing, color recognition. This maze is appropriate for a Halloween theme. The maze is for children ages three to five that are just starting to learn letters and initial writing.
Letter B Word Search & Handwriting Practice: The four and eight word search game features the bat and other letter B words with pictures and handwriting practice.
Advanced Handwriting Practice:
1. Print your choice of printable lined-paper. Have children draw a bat behind the lined paper or print an bat coloring page to color and decorate after writing practice.
2. Drawing and writing paper: encourage children to draw and color a bat and handwriting practice.