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Astronaut Activities to Expand the Imagination!

Continue on into our journey of Space, our November theme. Did you know that the term "astronaut" derives from the Greek words meaning "space sailor”? Come sail with us this week as we share resources for kids of all ages related to astronauts!

Toilet Paper Roll Rocket Ship

Younger children will have fun keeping their hands busy with this rocket ship craftivity which can be used for imaginative space play later!

Astronaut Pudding

Everything that astronauts eat in space is freeze dried, dehydrated, or vacuum sealed in pouches. Because water is heavy, they can haul more dehydrated foods to space than they could normal foods. Learn more about this and make your own astronaut pudding!

Explore Astronaut life this week! Image source: Nasa on Unsplash

NASA: How to Draw Artemis

Learn more about the Artemis lunar exploration systems and how to draw Artemis. Where will your creativity and imagination take you from there?

More about the moon in last week’s blog. Stay tuned for star exploration next week!

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