Learn about stars and constellations with some great books and hands-on activities -- like creating marshmallow constellations! #stem

Building Star Constellations for Kids

These marshmallow (or chalk) constellations would go great with our Legends of the Night Sky shows! Learn about stars and constellations with some great books and hands-on activities -- like creating marshmallow constellations!

How To Make Tin Like Lantern http://worldingreen.blogspot.com/2013/03/how-to-make-tin-like-lantern.html

How To Make Tin Lantern. Great kids project for camping:-) or outdoor lighting for a wedding?

Flax fish for Matariki - Fifi Colston instructions

Flax fish for Matariki - Fifi Colston instructions Link with "The Little Fishes" legend -

How creative - kids planting Children work wonder with their imagination and creativity.

Welcome to the diy garden page dear DIY lovers. If your interest in diy garden projects, you’are in the right place. Creating an inviting outdoor space is a good idea and there are many DIY projects everyone can do easily.

Great recycled craft! Moon phase activity for kids. Build a moon phase viewer.

Make a Moon Phase Viewer

EDUC Another possible model of moon phases. Moon phase activity for kids. Build a moon phase viewer.

constellation sewing cards. S is for space space fine motor skills

Stargazing With Kids – Free Fun Constellation Sewing Cards. Kids will have fun learning about their favorite stars and constellations with these fun sewing cards, also called lacing cards or lace-up cards.

GALAXY DOUGH is super smooth, ultra sparkly, & really stretchy.  This no cook recipe takes seconds to make & is so FUN!  My kids played four hours!

Galaxy Dough {Play Recipe}

GALAXY DOUGH: a super smooth, ultra sparkly, & REALLY stretchy play material for kids. This no cook recipe takes seconds to make & is SO FUN! My kids played for hours!

How The Sun Rose: Waldorf Paper Window Star Tutorial & Giveaway

How The Sun Rose: Waldorf Paper Window Star Tutorial & Giveaway You can use tissue paper, but in my experience, kite paper is best. Here is a simple window star tutorial:

Catch a Star: Edible Glowing Gelatin Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids

Catch a Star: Edible Glowing Gelatin Sensory Play

A NEW play recipe:  Magic Foaming Stars.  Add them to your shallow tray and watch as they shoot out rays of colored foam.  Search through the mound of puffy ice cold foam produced to find the treasures once hidden inside.  From Fun at Home with Kids

Magic Foaming Treasure Stars

A NEW play recipe: Magic Foaming Stars. Add them to your shallow tray and watch as they shoot out rays of colored foam. Search through the mound of puffy ice cold foam produced to find the treasures once hidden inside. From Fun at Home with Kids

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