Glitter Playdough! Be the coolest mom on earth (well you don't even have to be a mom) and make this galaxy playdough for a fun play date.

DIY galaxy play dough: 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt glitter on the table

Space sensory tub, I like the idea of themed sensory tubs. For kids who have trouble with play skills, it gives their imaginations a starting point and makes the experience more meaningful.

moon sand and glow in the dark stars for space sensory tub. Might need to get some of those space toys!

Kids Art Project - Q-Tip Star Art: A creative way for kids to paint with a q-tip. This also provides a fun fine motor experience for kids. What a fun way to paint!

22 indoor snow day activities - easy and fun!

Could be good for space week-- Kids Art Project - Q-Tip Star Art: A creative way for kids to paint with a q-tip. This also provides a fun fine motor experience for kids. What a fun way to paint!

Invitation to play with wooden blocks and tin foil. Simple play idea for hours of fun.

Invitation to Play with Blocks

Invitation to play with wooden blocks and tin foil. Simple play idea for hours of fun. Definitely fit with robot, space theme

Whatever Next basket for acting out story

This will help children with communication as they will be able to listen to the story

Go on your own Space Adventure! Make a rocket as a follow up to the Whatever Next book!

Straw Rocket Launcher

Adapt to teach breathing/relaxation to little ones. Straw Rocket Launcher - for a space theme or practice counting down from 10 to blastoff!

Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy — role play props to support the children's understanding of the story.

Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy

Whatever Next is a great story to bring a wealth of imaginative play and lovely activities. Join baby bear as he travels to the Moon and back, on the way making friends with an owl.

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