October 16, 2019

Space Art Ideas

Today we have five new ideas all about Space Art. The first one is called the Torn Paper Planets. The second one is called the Planet Sun Catchers. The third one is called the Marbled Planets Art. The fourth one is called the Constellation Process Art. And the last one is a video about Easy Galaxy Painting. Enjoy!


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Torn Paper Planets
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Torn Paper Planets

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Today we have some torn paper planets! There were really fun to make. We did not make planets in our solar system we made planets we thought we would find exploring space. One thing I love about torn paper crafts is that it works on fine motor skills while creative art.

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Planet Sun Catchers
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Planet Sun Catchers

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We talk about the stars, constellations, the moon, and the planets. They wonder aloud what planets are like, why they’re there, how long they’ve been there . . . and about a million other questions that preschoolers like to ask! While I don’t have all the answers, I love the chance to turn their big questions into learning opportunities. I decided I would help them visualize the sun and our solar system with this planet sun catcher activity.

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Marbled Planets Art
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Marbled Planets Art

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The marbled planets among the stars inspired my daughter and I when we were creating this preschool space craft. We used the popular marbled shaving cream painting method to replicate the look of the marbled planets and then set them on a black background with gold glitter “stars” to really make this beautiful Marbled Planet Artwork stand out!

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Constellation Process Art
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Constellation Process Art

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Inspired by the beautiful colors and night skies of fall, we made this lovely constellation process art. Not feeling like using the usual paintbrush or stamp techniques for art, we scoured the house for new tools to experiment with, and found we had everything we needed right in our own kitchen!

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Easy Galaxy Painting
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Easy Galaxy Painting

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Easy Galaxy Painting for Kids (or adults), Simple and Fun! Any colors can be used, either a combination of warm colors (reds, yellows, etc.) or a combination of cold colors (blue, green, etc.) Anything can be used for circular shapes (cups, plates, bowls, etc.) Splatters can be done with a paint brush or a tooth brush. This can be painted on anything (poster board which can be picked up at the dollar store, canvas, cardboard, etc.)

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