Teach constellation patterns- print, cut out the circles. punch holes in dots and tape circle to the end of a TP roll. Look through the roll to see the constellation! homeschool astronomy, teaching constellations, idea, star constellations craft, stars and constellations, constellations for kids, constellation crafts, making constellations, scienc
Copy, enlarge, and punch out your constellations.
How do you educate children about constellations during daylight hours? Here's how! We have created and professionally die-cut cardboard medallions with holes to represent each individual star in a constellation. When light shines through the medallion, the image of the constellation appears. This can be done indoors using a flashlight to make the conste... camp, craft, classroom tent, teaching about light, astronomy for kids, constellations, science teaching ideas, teach children to cut, teaching about stars
All you need are some recycled bottle tops and some adhesive foam stickers. Simply stick the foam stickers onto the bottle top. Grab some paper and an ink pad and have fun with your new stamps! bottl top, bottle caps, homemade stamps, recycled bottles, stickers, foam sticker, ink pads, kids, kid crafts
Bottle caps & foam stickers = Inexpensive stamps
Lava lamp Materials Clean, plastic soda bottle, glass, jar, or Baby Soda Bottle Test Tube Soda bottle cap Vegetable oil (the cheaper the better) Food coloring Alka-Seltzer tablet or Fizzy Tablets Flashlight Water bottle caps, soda bottles, awesome science experiments, veget oil, lava lamps, board, bubbl, babi soda, amaz thing
Make Your Own Lava Lamp
Plastic Egg Fireflys
It’s OK for adults to read from the Young Adults section.
Toilet paper tube, peanut butter, roll it in birdseed and slip it over a branch.