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18 hands on activities to learn about the moon

Moon Activities for Kindergarten ~ Learn Play Imagine

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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

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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

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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

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Simple recipe for moon dust paint - kids will love making moon dust!

How to Make Straw Rockets. Great for a rainy day!

How to Make Straw Rockets - The Pleasantest Thing

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Space Shuttle out of Cardboard Box

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Astronaut Preschool Skill Worksheets

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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!

Mrs. Russell's Class: Goodnight Moon and other Moon ideas

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R is for Rockets. Will be using the names of the children as the rocket's tube (the white part shown in this picture).

R is for Rocket

Rotation and Revolution Model: Sun, Earth and Moon by Science doodles. great way to teach with a hands on model

Solar system craft Materials you will need: -black sheet of card stock paper (I used construction paper but if I had to do it again I would pick card stock because of the thick paint) -white crayon -cereal bowl (to trace the Moon shape) -white paint -flour -paint brush -Empty bottle with plastic cap on it (we used an empty wate...