Phases of the Moon Craftby Leanne Guenther. Pick your favorite phase of the moon to decorate OR make all of them. I have provided 3 suggestions for painting the moon for different age.
The age levels are just my suggestions - - depending on the. Materials: paper,printer,scissors,tempra or poster paint (two or three different colors) - - we used grey and. One of: age 2 to 4: 3 plastic spoons, 9 marbles, 3 empty containers. Learning Points: You can just decorate your favorite phase of the moon, but I like to do.
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Then check out. a calendar with your children to see when each phase will happen during the. Make a point of peeking at the night sky to see the changes. Question: Which one of the phases of the moon is missing? Answer: The new moon - - this is when the moon cannot be seen. After the final. crescent, the whole cycle starts over again with another new moon. Note: The period where the moon is getting larger each night. The period where.
Question: How many days does it take for a full cycle of the moon's. Answer: 2. 9. 5 days Advanced bit: I'm going to share. I know I'll get emails telling me the moon's orbit takes 2. It is true that. the moon actually only takes 2.
It's because the earth is orbiting. The fancy. name for the 2. Sun as seen. from earth)- - I. OK! back to. a preschool level *grin*Directions for the craft: Print the template of choice (see bottom of this page for your choices)Paint the template using one of the techniques described below. Let dry. Cut out the template and hang it on the fridge or bulletin board. Technique 1 (age 2 to 4) - marble painting. Fill each margarine container about 1 inch deep with different color.
Put two or three marbles in each container. Let the children, stir the marbles around with a plastic spoon so.
Put the template inside the cardboard box lid. Let the children scoop the marbles out of the containers and put them. Let the children gently tilt the box lid so the marbles roll around on the. Repeat as needed. Technique 2 (age 4 to 6) - string painting.
Put paint onto paper plates (fill them up quite well)Cut a piece of string or wool about a foot long. Dip the string in the paint (keep the ends dry so you can hold.
Pull the string taught and put onto the template. Repeat to make a number of string lines going all different. Technique 3 (age 6 to 8) - sponge painting. Put just a little paint on paper plates. Have the children dip a sponge into one of the colors and dab off. Dab the sponge onto the template to make a textured look.
Repeat with other colors. When I do this project, I like to provide two complimentary colors of. Tasha, I gave her white, blue and black to make a full moon - -. I ranked this the oldest technique)I like to use one piece of sponge for all the colors so you get some. Printing your Templates: Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers). Same sized Templates (the crescent moon, etc seem a little small, but. Big as possible Templates (choose these if you're just making. Print friendly version of these instructions.