Simple Science Experiment for Kids: Why are there craters on the moon? - I Can Teach My Child!
This simple science experiment answers the question, "Why are there craters on the moon?" This also makes a great science fair project for children.
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Outer Space Hats - The Stem Laboratory
What an awesome outer space craft for kids! Make solar system hats to teach them the order of the planets. Great space activity for kindergarten and first grade.
Jump into your space suit. Don't forget your hat. Climb aboard the rocket ship on the launching pad. Buckle up for safety. Count down from 10 to 1, were going to the moon and it's going to be fun. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 BLAST OFF!!!" This is just one of our poems that we act out during our space unit but, it's always a favorite! Like most of our new lessons we start off by asking what do we know about space? The Planet Song! (Sung to the tune of the Farmer in the Dell) "The Sun's a…
How to Make Crystal Stars | Borax Crystal Ornaments
OK you guys, I think I've fallen in love with another kids activity. These crystal stars are awesome! Any activity where I get to make something beautiful from bright rainbow colours, and I'm totally on board!
20 Fabulous Outer Space Birthday Party Ideas For Kids
20 ideas for a Fabulous Outer Space Party | Artsy Craftsy Mom All things space and astronauts for a space birthday party #spaceparty . A full Outer Space Party Plan - Invitations , decor, food, games & gift ideas . Blast off to birthday fun with this Outer Space party! Your mini cosmonauts will love the space-themed food and decorations. Out of this World birthday party. Earth and Space Exploration day.
Bricklaying for Kids. Invitation to Play.
Are you following us on Pinterest? Here is a fun construction building invitation to play that I set out to occupy my toddler (currently aged 2.5). The main components for this easy set-up activity are simply playdough and blocks. Making the playdough a grey colour to simulate concrete and providing a couple of little construction tools all added to the scene but aren't necessary to still have a fun and creative activity for kids of all ages. My kids loved this little bricklaying activity…
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If picky eaters had their own kingdom, Bella would definitely be the princess. I’m constantly on a seemingly never-ending quest for food that she’ll eat. Recently, I’ve noticed that if I create a fun little design out of her food, she’s more likely to devour it. I also think I’ve found a new hobby! Check …
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One of my favorite memories as a kid was dying eggs at Easter. Now that I have my own little ones I love helping them color eggs just as much. I also like coming up with new crafts that we can make together....