During the week, I work with a bunch of adorable little kids who are in grades K through 2nd and they’ve been learning about the Solar System! They plan to turn their own classroom into a solar system, using gym balls and golf balls to make planets and moons and Christmas lights to be stars! I thought it was a wonderful idea and wanted to add to the experience in my own way. So I thought I should build them a rocket ship big enough to fit two of the children at a time! I thought I could use some of the things I had around the house and I’m not a carpenter so I wouldn’t be using wood and nails! Just a fun art project I thought I’d do for the little ones. (Mind you, I’m only 15 and the only help I have is from my 14 year old cousin!) I’d like some ideas on what I should make it out of because I didn’t necessarily want to use cardboard seeing as though it could tear easily and I want them to be able to play in it for a while. (Continued in Details……)
Any other ideas on what it could look like and how the inside could be would be greatly appreciated! Colors, textures, anything! Thanks in Advance!
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