- Gather your materials. You need black or dark blue paper, some white or yellow chalk and some sticker stars.
- Draw any picture you want on the paper using the chalk.
- Once the picture is finished , add the stars.
- Don’t forget to give your constellation a name.
( say that 3x fast!)
- Gather your materials. You will need some liquid paint,glitter, a kitchen sponge some black paper, scissors and a marker.
- Draw a star on the sponge and cut out.
- Pour the paint onto a plate or tray, mix in the glitter. It should still be runny enough to paint with. My paint was too thick – if yours looks like this, add more paint!
- Start stamping.
- As the paint dries the sparkles will show through!
” Goodnight Moon- A Counting Book” uses the familiar illustrations from the classic book by Margaret Wise Brown and turns it into a counting book. The page with 100 stars really has 100 stars on it, count and see!
” The Night Sky” by June English is a short non fiction book for PreK-1st grade that touches on the phases of the moon, constellations and much more. The illustrations are bright and engaging.
” Five Wishing Stars” by Treesha Runnels is a great bedtime book, it countdowns from 5 to zero with a rhyming text and glow in the dark stars!