If the #Easter weekend brings rain, it doesn’t mean kids can’t go on an adventure. By following these simple steps they can even explore as far as outer space!  Now, we can’t promise this homemade rocket ship – constructed entirely from household items – meets exact NASA specifications, or is durable enough to survive re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere, but we’re sure it will fire your kids’ imaginations. #EasterTogether

If the #Easter weekend brings rain, it doesn’t mean kids can’t go on an adventure. By following these simple steps they can even explore as far as outer space! Now, we can’t promise this homemade rocket ship – constructed entirely from household items – meets exact NASA specifications, or is durable enough to survive re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere, but we’re sure it will fire your kids’ imaginations. #EasterTogether

Water Rocket: The combination of water, compressed air, and a plastic soda bottle serves as a great source of propulsion for a water rocket. Alternate way (without tape) to fix up those water bottle rockets.

Water Rocket

Water Rocket: The combination of water, compressed air, and a plastic soda bottle serves as a great source of propulsion for a water rocket. Alternate way (without tape) to fix up those water bottle rockets.

Home made jet pack! Creative development. Role Play. Space. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning. Creative Development. Outdoor learning, Play. Learning through play.

Home made jet pack! Creative development. Role Play. Space. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning. Creative Development. Outdoor learning, Play. Learning through play.

Plastic bottle rocket...as a piggy bank! This would be perfect for learning about the space coast. We would need to paint the bottles white with acrylic paint ahead of time, then let them decorate them with permanent markers and paper. This way we could teach them how every rocket ship that goes into space takes a lot of money to fly, and they tell us when their ship is full of coins. When they do, we'll have a space party.

Plastic bottle rocket...as a piggy bank! This would be perfect for learning about the space coast. We would need to paint the bottles white with acrylic paint ahead of time, then let them decorate them with permanent markers and paper. This way we could teach them how every rocket ship that goes into space takes a lot of money to fly, and they tell us when their ship is full of coins. When they do, we'll have a space party.

I can't believe my boys are now 3 and 6! It marks a new era. Me Hubsy rolls his eyes at my drama but seriously, I will never have a c...

I can't believe my boys are now 3 and 6! It marks a new era. Me Hubsy rolls his eyes at my drama but seriously, I will never have a c...

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