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Name rocket craft - Preschool Craft - Space Craft Have the kids spell their name themselves and cut squares from paper strips. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

8 Creative Beach Books & Activities for Kids

Simple Windsock Spring Craft for Kids - This is such a fun, simple craft for kids from Toddler and Preschool to Kindergarten and 1st-3rd grade. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Paper Plate Taco - Kid Craft

Read Dragons Love Tacos, make a paper plate taco craft, and have a taco bar lunch/dinner where kids can make their own tacos. So fun!

Shape Animal Cut and Paste Set

This is a great set of crafts that will help teach your kids about different shapes. They will cut and glue to assemble each craft using construction paper.

Splatter Painting with stencils Messy but a lot of creative fun. Think of a theme to follow like space and rockets You will need: : Think of a theme to follow like space and rockets. Have children cut basic shapes from light card. Like circles, stars, moons and rockets. : Tempera Poster paint in bold colours. : An old tooth brush : Sheets of paper. : Apron and sheets of newspapers – plus paper towels – for clean-up. www.schoolpaints.com

Easy Alien {Kid Craft

Easy Alien {Kid Craft} I decided a themed craft was in order. {because that’s what crafty moms do} Which led into a search through my stash of supplies, looking for the perfect shade of green tissue paper. Then after an hour later of our time “crafting” we had this “Easy Alien Craft” displayed on our fridge. It’s mainly inspired by those cute little aliens in the movie. This would be a cute way to decorate a classroom especially if you had an outer space theme.

How to Make an Easy Kids' Rocket Craft That SHINES

How to Make an Easy Kids' Rocket Craft That SHINES How to Make an Easy Kids' Rocket Craft that SHINES, plus 4 rocket theme picture book ideas If you enjoy arts and crafts you really will really like this cool info!