The National Wildlife Federation has instructions on how to build a bat house to help bats roost.Bat Conservation International has everything bats!! From facts, to news, to saving bat populations – here is where you want to go!
Soar With Bats – from Scholastic – learn about bats while going on a virtual exploration.
Visit the kids' page at the Organization for Bat Conservation to follow the adventures of the Bat Squad, make bat masks, or print coloring pages. They also have information on why bat houses are important.
Learn about echolocation in this cool video. You can even listen to bats send out calls that are beyond human ability to hear.
Find out more about vampire bats from National Geographic. They also have a Bat Mythbuster page and a "Cool Facts About Bats" video.
Take a look at the Explore Bats page from Arizona State University. Learn about bat food, compare bat bones to human bones, take a bat quiz, and try a word search.