DIY Star Display Flashlight
Light up their imaginations like the starry night sky! All you need to turn a regular flashlight into a glowing display is black construction paper, cupcake liners from Publix, rubber bands, a glue stick, scissors, and a star-shaped hole punch. It is the perfect five-minute craft to create hours of fun adventures. #flashlight
First Grade Artists finished their constellations! We made paper using liquid watercolor paints and epsom salt, and then we used metallic markers and white pens (after practicing with pencil on scratch paper) to draw stars. .. We then used *rulers* (tricky stuff!) to connect the dots/stars and created our own constellations! Final step: adding glitter glue or glow-in-the-dark puffy paint to each star. #artteachers
Astronomy posters group project. My teacher required prep time was actually pretty minimal for this (less than an hour)! Done with first grade level students. The kids were so pleased with the results and had tons of fun doing the craft in the middle. Earth, the moon, stars, the sun, and the solar system.
moon phases flip book
Moon Phases flip booklet features eight phases of the moon in total: new moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon,, waning gibbous, last quarter, waning crescent. The Moon Phases flip book includes 4 versions of the booklet. 1 where students can trace the moon phases words, 3 where students can write the moon phases words. You decide which one students fill out!