These astronaut and moon crafts and activities will have your child dreaming of big things.
Do you have a kid who dreams of going to the moon?
It’s important to dream big things as a child and wonder at just how big our universe is.
Be sure to check out our other fun family-friendly kid activities and crafts!
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RECOMMENDED Astronaut BOOKS
Enjoy these astronaut books that are perfect once your kids are done playing!
Get my full list of recommended reading about astronauts.
Notebooking pages for the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Kids and beginners will learn how to create beautiful Sun and Moon Art with our easy ‘how to draw’ technique, flow drawing.
Kids are encouraged to use simple lines and shapes to form their sun and moon, composing a beautiful piece of art that’s really easy to create.
Learning about space and the solar system is so fun at any age.
Download these free planet coloring pages containing all 8 planets and a little background about each planet.
Get your kids engaged while learning about the Sun, Earth, and Moon and how they orbit with this simple and fun paper craft.
Kids of all ages will love exploring space with these fun, outer space coloring pages.
Print as many of these free space and rocket coloring sheets as you want and let your kids’ imagination soar!
Use recycled shredded paper to make your own paper clay.
Then make these wonderful "layers of the xxx" bowls - includes a moon model.
The bumpy foil texture is a great representation of the craters found on the moon, while the shiny appearance helps to demonstrate how the light from the sun reflects off the moon.
These moon rocks are super easy to make and a great for not only crafts, but science experiments as well.
They actually resemble real moon rocks!
If you’ve got a little space fan then they will love this Astronaut Puppet Craft!
These spacemen are so fun to make and play with.
You pull the moon at the bottom and the spaceman craft will shoot its arms and legs up and out to the sides.
Kids of all ages can have fun coloring and decorating these astronaut characters with their space suits and all of the planets of the solar system.
This is a fun way to get kids excited about space, and learning more about the galaxy in which we live in, on our own planet Earth.
A fun activity "love you to the moon and back".
Make this little STEM toy and make your child "climb" to the moon.
This fun mixed media art project emphasizes process over product.
It gives kids a great opportunity to experiment with using unique tools and explore different mediums – allowing them to open their minds to new ways of creating art.