How cute is this spaceship and moon craft! Ideal for your National Moon Day Projects.
One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind!
Today, we are going on a journey back in time to a very special day when humans took their first steps on the Moon. It was an incredible achievement that changed the course of history and opened up endless possibilities for future explorations. So, buckle up and get ready for an out-of-this-world adventure with this outer space craft for kids.
On July 20, 1969, a spacecraft called Apollo 11 carried three brave astronauts named Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Their mission was to land on the Moon and take a closer look at Earth’s mysterious neighbor. Millions of people around the world watched and held their breath as the astronauts prepared to make history.
After a long journey, the astronauts finally reached the Moon. Neil Armstrong was the first to step out of the spacecraft. As he put his foot down on the dusty lunar surface, he said, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Those words became famous and are remembered even today!
Here is a fun outer space craft for kids that I did with some of my younger students. Great for your outer space projects or simply just for fun.
Take a look at this fun animation video I made.
If you would like to make this outer space spaceship and moon craft with your students, simply follow the instructions in the video below.
Here are 10 more outer space crafts for kids
A fun and easy DIY rocket ship paper craft for kids to enjoy. Perfect for space-themed parties and activities.
Help your child blast off to outer space with a homemade cardboard astronaut helmet. A great project for imaginative play.
Create a colorful and quirky DIY alien spaceship using recycled materials. This eco-friendly craft is sure to spark your child’s creativity.
Learn how to make mesmerizing galaxy slime with a simple and safe recipe. Ideal for sensory play and exploring the wonders of the universe.
Make stunning constellation jar lanterns that glow in the dark. A fantastic way to learn about different star patterns while creating beautiful décor.
Construct a planet mobile craft using foam balls and string. Hang it in your child’s room for a celestial touch that doubles as an educational tool.
Design and craft adorable space-themed puppets using paper and wooden sticks. Encourage storytelling and imaginative play with these cute characters.
Transform ordinary straws into rocket ship straw shooters. Your child will have a blast launching these homemade spaceships into the air.
Collect rocks from your backyard and paint them to resemble moon rocks. This hands-on activity is a great opportunity to learn about lunar geology.
Turn paper plates into colorful and quirky UFOs. This easy craft is perfect for young children and encourages imaginative play in outer space.
Alternatively, check out these outer space colouring pages.