This was a really cute little craft and the kids had a lot of fun with it and that's all I can really ask for.

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I pre-cut the bat heads/bodies for each kid doing the craft, I also had a bucket full of fun stuff on hand for decorating the bats (googly eyes, big eye lashes, mustaches, pom poms, stickers, ect) 

I helped the kids trace their hands onto some black paper. I let the older kids cut out their own hands and I cut the little kids for them (Because I'm a crazy person) We also took the time to write everyone's name on their hands so we would have no mix ups or fighting (because nobody likes that)

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We used some kid friendly glue sticks to stick our hands and bodies on to the paper and then the kids decorated their bats to look how ever they wanted. They got really creative with it. 

This was a very fun, easy craft to do with smaller children. The kids loved to show everyone who came over the great Halloween decorations they made hanging on the wall. I love to see them excited about this kind of stuff because these are the things they will always remember. 

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