How to Draw a Simple Bat for Kids
Learn how to draw a Bat For Kids in 6 simple steps (click on the individual steps below for a High Resolution printable PDF version) and read some interesting facts about bats and their use as children’s toys at the bottom of the page. Don’t forget to check out our other drawing tutorials.
How do you draw a simple bat for kids?
Instructions for drawing a bat step by step
- Begin by drawing a circle for the bat’s head.
- Draw an oval shape for the bat’s body beneath the circle.
- Add two triangular pointy ears and facial details.
- Next, draw the wings.
- Add wing details.
- Finish the wings.
What are baby bats?
The young bats are suckled by their mothers for four to five weeks until they are old enough to fly, after which they leave the roost to forage for food.
Why do bats hang upside down?
Bats, unlike birds, have difficulty taking off from the ground, and they also hang upside down because their talons, or back claws, work in the opposite direction of most muscles, with their knees facing backwards. When they relax, special tendons lock the toes and talons in place, allowing them to hang without exerting energy.
How do you draw a ball and a bat?
Drawing a Bat and a Ball
- Step:1. Draw a vertically slanting rectangle. Step:2. Erase the small opening on both sides of rectangle. Step:3. At the bottom, draw a small curvy line connecting both sides of rectangle. Step:4. Draw a similar curvy line on the other end.