Some time ago, we made a craft for the Day of Cosmonautics. It was, in my opinion, very informative, but at the same time, it had many small details that are difficult to cope with for a child under 4 years. Photos below show how to make a craft rocket, which is much simpler, but no less interesting. The rocket is flying to the moon, searching for life and new spaces, and the child is joining a trip.

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You will need:
Colored paper
Paints and brushes
Scissors
Glue
Millet (as an option, semolina, fine sand or something else)

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I proposed children to draw different space objects – stars, meteors, comets.

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Encircling the circumference of any round object (a glass), making the moon. It is well known that the moon is covered with huge craters, that formed as a result of a collision with celestial bodies, which were later flooded by the liquid lava. If at night in clear weather you will look at the full moon, you can see it’s diversity.

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My children and I have tried to show it with millet, glued and sprinkled with cereal.

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Using simple geometric shapes – triangle sand rectangles, we formed the rocket body.

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Glue the rocket that rushes toward the moon.

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Our space crafts.

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My kids like, when their work are hung in a prominent place, like on the show! There is a reason for pride!

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