Moon Dough - a new recipe for play that shimmers and sparkles and reminds me of outer space! You probably have everything you need to make it right now.
Moon Dough Recipe for Play ~ Learn Play Imagine
Make moon rocks out of common household ingredients. Once they are solid, kids will have a blast making them erupt and fizz!
Erupting Moon Rocks ~ Learn Play Imagine
Neil Armstrong Coloring Page Worksheet
Neil Armstrong Coloring Page
A NEW play recipe: Magic Foaming Stars. Add them to your shallow tray and watch as they shoot out rays of colored foam. Search through th...
Magic Foaming Treasure Stars
Moon Activities for Kindergarten ~ Learn Play Imagine
ideas you can use to explore the idea of outer space, to introduce the planets, and enjoy some out-of-this-world sensory play.
Let’s learn about space
Erupting moon dust - A recipe for play and prewriting exercise that your children will beg to do again and again!
Erupting Moon Dust Prewriting Activity ~ Learn Play Imagine
Make and ERUPTING moon cake to learn about the surface of the moon as well as the phases of the moon.
Erupting Moon Cake Recipe ~ Learn Play Imagine
How to Make Straw Rockets - The Pleasantest Thing
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Astronaut Preschool Skill Worksheets
Picture Tracing – 1 Worksheet
Great summer science experiment... alka-seltzer rockets!
Space ship porthole.
Space Ship Porthole - Fun Family Crafts
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Students got to paint their moon with a mixture of white paint and flour. To complete the moon, they added "craters" using the lid of a water bottle! So much fun and SO cute! Preschool Science Theme, Goodnight Moon, Moon Art, Spaces Theme, White Painting, Moon Crafts, Outer Spaces, The Moon, Water Bottles
Students got to paint their moon with a mixture of white paint and flour. To complete the moon, they added "craters" using the lid of a water bottle! So much fun and SO cute!