Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Moon activities. Get inspired and try out new things.
I have a space-obsessed kid in my house, so we love to do space crafts around here, and my son was very excited to do this moon craft! We made it extra fun and experimented with a different way to paint by making it foil-printed. This craft is great for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, or even older kids. It would also be a great art extension during a space theme in the classroom.
Here's an easy, super fun activity to add to your moon theme lessons. Make these fizzing rocks. Could they have come all the way from the moon?
Learn about the moon for kids with moon phases printable activities: free mini book and oreo moon activity.
Susan Skinner saved to EO
Pin We’ve had a fun week learning about the Solar System! What better way to learn about the different phases of the Moon than by doing an activity that involves OREO cookies! My daughter absolutely loved this activity! I’ve included the free printables below! This post may contain affiliate links. That means if you click […]
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Moon Phases can be tough to visualize in the context of the orbits that cause them. Using a visual aide will ensure your child understand the spatial relationships of both the Earth and the Moon as they relate to the Sun.
Ketaki Gaikwad saved to homeschooling ideas
A fun and interactive way to learn about moon phases, using plastic cups! Turn the cup to see the moon change. Learn how to make one here.
Bianca Cardozo saved to Space
2 ingredient sensory moon sand - also known as cloud dough! #moonsand #clouddough #easysensoryplay #easysensoryplay #slimealternative #slimeplay #flourplay #sensoryplaywithflour
This simple science experiment answers the question, "Why are there craters on the moon?" This also makes a great science fair project for children.
Melissamcbride saved to science experiments
Our kids are really interested in astronomy and all things space at the moment! So we made this cute and super simple space craft for them to help learn about the phases of the Moon. When you look …
Explore how moon craters are made in this simple and fun STEM activity. You only need some flour, a cake pan, and something to drop in the flour!
Ann saved to Outer space