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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!

Moon & stars craft, simple & cute craft to go along with Bible story (like Creation) or books like Goodnight moon

A brand new recipe for PLAY and LEARNING - Make MOON ROCKS out of common household ingredients.

Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas: Greatest Art Project EVER!

How to make moon dough, a simple sensory material made from common household ingredients.

Reaching for the Moon: Make a Button Collage || Simple craft for toddlers and preschoolers who are starting to study astronomy

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

Love the glue art craters. Great craft to go along with informational writing on the moon.

"The Cat in the Hat Magic Dough" we might have to add this to our day

DIY moon sand for preschool learning fun. have to be careful with the flour, not sure i would use it. flour can be irritating to the skin. .

Sun Paintings! Put globs of yellow and red finger paint on a circle, cover it with saran wrap, and squish! Squish and swirl the paint to your heart's content and then remove the plastic wrap and voila! a miasma of incandescent plasma :)

Night Sky DIY Crafts: Moon, Planets of the Solar System, Galaxies and Distant Stars for Toddlers and Children

Space Shuttle Craft {add writing}, could make a rocket, some kind of chris hadfield letter

Moon sand -All you need is 5 cups of regular flour and 1 cup of baby oil. Simply mix the two together and it turns into this silky soft sand. You can throw some sand toys into your tray or you can use items such as spoons and measuring cups

Make your own "Moon sand" sensory play...great hands on play for kids

A simple play recipe, making MOON ROCKS. These kid made rocks are perfect for play and learning, and guess what? If you add a little vinegar they ERUPT!

Great ideas for Outer Space Unit - I can't wait to do some of these with Kingston when he is older!!