Children love learning about outer space – twinkling stars, faraway planets, infinite miles of unknown… it’s all pretty magical. Whether you’re organizing a space unit or just want a fun way to help kids learn the order of planets from the sun, these outer space hats are a must-try. Grab yours in the Outer Space Activity Pack available in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Getting Ready
Kids love learning about outer space! That’s why we pulled together a batch of counting clip cards that combine science and math into one motivating activity. Grab your copy below and get ready for some out of this world fun! (Pun intended.) Getting Ready To prep, I printed the clip cards (below) on cardstock to give them extra durability and make the colors really pop.
My little astronomers love observing the night sky! After they asked how the moon shrunk and grew, I knew it was the perfect time to teach them about the moon’s phases with this oh-so-yummy Oreo space activity. Who knew science could be so tasty?! Getting Ready To prep the activity, I needed: 1 medium ball (baseball sized) 1 globe or larger sized ball a flashlight or a
Kids of all ages love learning about outer space! Whether you’re looking for a fun math activity to add to your space unit or you want to entertain your future astronaut with a quick prep activity, these free outer space pattern block mats are a perfect fit. Grab your copy below and then hop over and download our Outer Space Activity Pack too! This post contains Amazon affiliate