Outer Space Activity with Astronaut Craft and Drawing Prompt for Literacy Center
As you study outer space, practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as you complete this out of this world drawing craft during science or literacy centers! Students draw what they might see in space on the drawing sheet. Add a standard sheet of construction paper to frame the sheet (not included). Create the astronaut craft, and attach for display. Note that you might add photos of students’ faces to helmets for some extra fun. Check out the PREVIEW option on this page to get a glimpse of how the craft turned out in our classroom!
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Page 4: helmet
Page 5: shoulders and air tank, two gloves
Color circles yellow.
Page 6: drawing sheet
Color moon's cheeks red.
Book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
I Want to Be an Astronaut
On the Launch Pad
National Geographic Kids: Planets
Me and My Place in Space
There's No Place Like Space
Kitten's First Full Moon
Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me
Fly Guy Presents: Space
Happy Birthday, Moon
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