People of all ages enjoy learning about bats. Follow the links below for activities you can do at home, and educators can find activities for groups or classrooms.
Junior Ranger—All About Bats - Download this activity book and find out interesting facts about bats. Complete the activities and take the Junior Ranger pledge. To receive your badge, take your completed booklet to any National Park Service Visitor Center or mail to Hot Springs National Park, Junior Ranger Program, 101 Reserve St., Hot Springs, AR 71901. Thanks for helping take care of bats!
Junior Cave Scientist - This Junior Ranger program is full of fun-filled learning activities with photos and cave information. Explore the fascinating and fragile underground world of caves, learn about the National Park System, and complete fun educational activities. Participants who complete the booklet will earn a badge, a certificate, and the rank of Junior Cave Scientist.
Project Edubat - This website has bat curriculum fo teachers, videos about white-nose syndrome, posters, and a variety of activities for all ages to get excited about bats.
Lesson Plans for Teachers - This collection of lesson plans has activities for students from kindergarten through high school.