Posts Tagged ‘ Astronaut ’

Fun Facts About Astronauts To Tell Your Preschool Children

Jun 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Preschool Activities

If you’re looking for some fun facts about astronauts to use with your letter A theme for preschool, try these fun facts with your students.  Also – make sure you check out our Preschool Activities to find more Letter A activities, snacks, and arts and crafts to do with your class. Did you know that: If […]



A is for Astronaut: Gross Motor Activities

Jun 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Preschool Activities

To get every child excited about space and astronauts, try some of these activities. Create an astronaut dress up area.  Include helmets made out of milk jugs or 5 gallon ice cream buckets and foil, moon boots or sponges and rubber bands to strap on feet, backpacks, and 2 liter bottles stuck together with straps […]



A is for Astronaut: Preschool Snacks

Jun 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Preschool Activities

Your children and preschoolers will enjoy these fun and delicious snacks as they learn more about the letter A or even an Astronaut theme!  Be sure to add your comments below for any other letter A snacks that you love to make for your kiddos! Apples Ants on a log (celery with peanut butter or cheese […]



A is for Astronaut: Fine Motor Activities

Jun 9th, 2009 | By | Category: Preschool Activities

Make your astronaut theme come to life with these fun preschool activities: Put various glow in the dark stars, planets, comets, etc… in a box for children to sort. Spray paint a shoe box and its lid black.  Cut a small hole (about the size of a dime) in the lid.  Set it by the glow in […]