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Collection by Eirhnh Papaiwannou

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Eirhnh Papaiwannou
An awesome example of a space station dramatic play area. Space Preschool, Space Activities, Preschool Activities, Dramatic Play Area, Dramatic Play Centers, Preschool Dramatic Play, Camping Dramatic Play, Space Classroom, Classroom Decor

Space station role play. I'm loving the idea of sectioning the corner of the room with long material from ceiling to floor to really create the feeling of darkness in space.

Moon Art: paint their moon with white paint and flour and made craters using the lid of a water bottle.doing this with my kinders! Moon Art: paint their moon with white paint and flour and made Space Preschool, Space Activities, Preschool Activities, Outer Space Theme, Outer Space Crafts, Moon Crafts, Good Night Moon, Night Time, Moon Art

Goodnight Moon and other Moon ideas

After reading Goodnight Moon, my preschoolers made this cute craft. This idea came from a Mailbox magazine. Keeping with the moon theme, I also read I Took the Moon for a Walk later in the week, and we then created this project... (idea from I Heart Crafty Things- a great blog with lots of wonderful craft ideas) This one says, "If I could take the moon for a walk, we would go to my house." I did the writing for the kids, but they did the precious artwork. Here is another one... This one…

How to Build a Cardboard Rocket Ship: My son asked Santa for a "real rocket ship" this Christmas to take the family to the moon. Santa has trouble getting rocket fuel this time of year so this is how I built a cardboard rocket. Cardboard Spaceship, Cardboard Rocket, Cardboard Crafts, Build A Rocket, Diy Rocket, Rocket Ships, Rocket Ship Craft, Space Party, Space Theme

How to Build a Cardboard Rocket Ship

How to Build a Cardboard Rocket Ship: My son asked Santa for a "real rocket ship" this Christmas to take the family to the moon. Santa has trouble getting rocket fuel this time of year so this is how I built a cardboard rocket.