These outer-space themed tracing worksheets are great fun for children who are working on their penmanship and/or learning about outer space!
This shape matching activity involves matching aliens that have certain body shapes with their spaceships which are also uniquely shaped to fit their aliens!
These worksheets all feature words relating to space and are a fantastic way to help children work on their spelling skills!
These printables feature colorful spaceships, satellites, and telescopes that need to be matched with the text that states what color they are. This game is great for children who are learning about colors such as green, violet, red, orange, yellow, and blue.
There are eight planets in our solar system (as well as the planetoid Pluto which is sometimes controversially considered the ninth planet). Also, Earth has a moon.
At Nailsworth Library AKA READiscover they made spaceships as a fun paper craft! You can do it at home with your own craft supplies for fun as well!
Moon sand (sometimes confused with the trademarked name Kinetic Sand) is sand that you can buy or make at home! It looks like the surface of the moon and can be compacted together and is delightfully crumbly as well. Denise Couba shared the fun moon sand sensory activity she did with her toddler and which you can do at home with yours too!
At Cunningham Children’s Home in Urbana, Illinois, they had an intergalactic theme for the week. As a part of this theme they did a fun craft with shaving cream and paint that is super simple to do and turns out looking incredible! You can try it with your child/children too!