Outer Space Activity with Rocket Craft and Counting Backwards Math Activity
As you explore outer space, practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills with this rocket ship craft! Students practicing putting numbers in order during your whole group lesson or a math center activity! Create an out of this world bulletin board upon completion!
Instructions and Contents:
Instruct students to cut out top and bottom sections of rocket. Place glue on circle, and attach bottom section of rocket. Cut and glue wings and top. Cut and glue fire. Instruct students to cut out numbers and glue to rocket in order.
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: Example
Page 5: Top Section of Rocket (3)
Pages 6: Bottom Section of Rocket (4)
Page 7: Wings, Top of Rocket (2 sets)
Page 8: Fire (4)
Page 9: Numbers 1-10 (3 sets)
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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