Learning About the Stars Our first week of the space theme covered: stars sun moon astronomer clouds We made our own stargazer telescopes so we could pretend to be an astronomer. We used blue paint with a little silver glitter paint to paint a cardboard roll. Then we added sparkly star stickers. We learned about...Read More »
Antimatter spacecraft, missions to Saturn, and interstellar voyages. Here's the second part of our 100-year forecast of future space exploration. https://futurism.com/images/a-timeline-of-future-space-exploration-part-ii-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=A%20Timeline%20of%20Future%20Space%20Exploration%3A%20Part%202%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D
PAST PLAY #2 I was also fascinated by all things science fiction, and took up a hobby of "making" my own toys. Space ray guns, like the ones seen here, were one of my favorite projects. I would then play with them, as if I were a starship captain, facing aliens who were hostile and dangerous! Quality of play: Diminished Consciousness of Self Personality: Explorer
Fantastic tutorial guiding you through the process of using digiplayground.com SVG conversions for the Cricut Explore in your Design Space Software. This tutorial features a FREE 3D SVG file, that you can get in the store.
My addition to those "humans are weird" posts I love. Just the idea of aliens reacting to music is hilarious to me; after all, what kind of people enjoy listening to songs about death? Destruction? Murder, even? Not to mention all the sex and drugs in songs. I'd imagine historian aliens exploring earth culture would think we lived in a violence loving society based on some of our music. Also, take a moment to appreciate how beautiful an alien having to translate FOB just by hearing would be…