Fizzing Jupiter Science Project for Kids - This is such a fun science experiment as a gentle introduction for kids to learn about our solar system and planets. Great for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids especially!
I bought an extra embroidery hoop and cut the rings in half and we painted them yellow and hot glued them to Saturn and Uranus. Yep, I just found a way to legitimately use ‘Uranus’ on my blog. Boom. And also, I’m 8 years old.
Add a magical touch to your garden with this sweet garden art lighthouse made from clay pots. It's a great project to do with kids. Add a solar lamp to the top to shine brightly in the evening garden. #sponsored
How awesome does this look!! Solar System Quilt - looks a little tricky but not as time-consuming as hundreds of tiny pieces - sew planets and stars onto the blue base, then quilt in circles/a spiral. Pinned for Kidfolio, the parenting mobile app that makes sharing a snap.
Study the stars with your preschooler! Learn how to turn your phone into a simple DIY constellation projector with our FREE printable constellation cards. Part of our Studying Stars series for Preschoolers. | Preschool | STEAM | STEM | Kids Activities | Stars | Space | For Kids | Learning through Play |