Thursday, September 16, 2010

Preschool Lesson: Space

My sister made me a preschool lesson about Space that we are going to use next week. Here are a few activities I made to add to it.

(original idea from Applesauce and Flipflops)




Enjoy!

17 comments:

Sarah said...

Thank you for these! Can't wait to use them in our unit on space :)

~Rachée said...

This is a great idea! The theme for my summer program is Dream Big and off course I wanted to have a week where we "Shoot for the stars"! This idea is perfect!

Karyn Tripp said...

These are such cute cards! I used them recently and posted about it on my blog. I thought I would share the fun way that we used them:
http://teachbesideme.blogspot.com/2012/09/space-unit-for-kids.html

thanks for sharing a great resource!!

Happy Fun Love said...

I absolutely love the constellation lacing cards! What a great idea!

anabel said...

Thanks :) We love it :)

Doris P. said...

thank you for these.. except on the lacing cards for the solar system - it refuses to print page 3.. any idea??

Kristen said...

Doris, I'm not sure why it's not printing for you. I haven't been working on this blog for about a year and a half and haven't checked any of it lately. I'm on my iPad but maybe next time I'm on my computer I can check it out. Sorry!

Donna Landino said...

Thank you for these!! Can't wait to show my class...however just to let you know, I could not get page 3 to print also. But I do appreciate you allowing me to have the other pages!! Thanks !

Jessie Musquiz said...

These are great! Thank you!

LENA said...

Thankyou for sharing your wonderful idea and materials!!!
I gonna enjoy the summer class with my students.

Thankyou again!!;))

Anonymous said...

Quick question: what tune is the 5 little astronauts song sung to? Thank you SO much for these!
Lisa

Kristen said...

Five little ducks went out one day.

jeannine: waddlee-ah-chaa said...

Thanks for the printables! I'm going to share with my readers to go with our Geography for Kids unit.

Anonymous said...

Excited to use this for my class- but according to wiki and another star chart Cassiopeia only has five stars- not six

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Joel Aldrich said...

These are simply great. Have wanted something like this to teach my kids about the stars.

Abby said...

Is there any advice on how to get the holes punched out in the middle? A normal hole puncher doesn't reach anything but the ones close to the edge!