Have fun with space themed activities. These activities are perfect for screen free fun this summer!
We are entering into the third week of summer! Having one activity to do a day has been a great way to have some screen free fun this summer. We always have so much fun with space themed activities!
The purpose of the Summer Weekly Activities series is to provide busy moms with some simple and fun themed activities for summer. Instead of trying to do all of the things every single day, I have found it to be helpful and freeing to do one fun activity a day. Some weeks we may do all five activities and other weeks just one, but having a list of activities on hand has helped us thrive during the summer.
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Space Themed Activities
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Create: TP Roll Rocket
Supplies: TP Roll, Paper, Crayons
Directions: Color the TP Roll. Add a cone out of paper to the top. Cut out a hole on one side of the TP Roll and a little toy figure can sit in here.
Move: Space Race
Supplies: Water Balloons, Bucket
Directions: Fill water balloons. Set a bucket up a few feet away. The kids have to throw the water balloon into the bucket or run to the bucket to put the water balloon in it.
Supplies: Mini Marshmallows, Toothpicks
Directions: Use mini marshmallows and toothpicks to create your own constellations.
Feel: Moon Sand
Supplies: Flour, Baby Oil
Directions: Mix together baby oil with flour to create moon sand. Use sand toys to play with this. Tip: Put in a large plastic container that has a lid so you can store to use later.
Make: Fruit Rockets
Supplies: Skewer, Marshmallows, Strawberries
Directions: Make a pattern on a skewer with marshmallows and strawberries. This will be their “fruit rocket”