Your kids are going to love these fun moon crafts and activities! What better way to learn about the moon, right? With simple materials and a short amount of time, these fun crafts can add to their learning experience.
Bring the moon indoors with this fun and simple puffy paint moon craft. Make your own glow in the dark puffy paint, with this easy puffy paint recipe. Pair it with a book about the moon for literacy and science, all in one!
This printable moon and bat craft is super fun and easy for kids to make, and looks amazing hung up on display within the home or classroom. The featured printable bats are simply drawn in an appealing cartoon style, with bold and clear lines to aide scissors skills and encourage independent cutting.
This day and night craft is an interactive craft that kids will love to play with as well as an educational craft for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. It has an easy to print printable or make your own.
This easy Earth Moon Sun paper craft is perfect for some out of this world fun when learning about space. With only a few supplies, this project can be printed out, cut out and created in a manner of minutes. It is an easy project to do together after school or to keep the kids busy while you are making dinner.
The moon in your night sky may not fizz and bubble like this fizzy paint moon craft, but it’s still a fun way to dig into astronomy, chemistry, and art all at the same time! Let’s get into a cool STEAM project with our favorite chemical reaction, baking soda, and vinegar.
Get ready to add this simple activity about moon phases for kids to your space theme lesson plans this season. If you want to learn about the phases of the moon, let’s get crafting! This is easy to set up and heaps of fun!
The kids will love this fun craft! It is an easy play recipe that takes some Moon Sand and adds a bit more moisture to make it moldable to form into rocks. In this craft, we made them black with some shiny glitter to simulate the sun reflecting off the surface of the moon.
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