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Dramatic Play : Space

Space Prop Box added 2-3-03 Original Author Unknown

1. Telescope
2. Binoculars
3. Globe
4. Rocks
5. Glow in the dark stars
6. Map of stars & constellations
7. Big gloves
8. Colander for space helmet
9. Foil
10. Milk jugs for helmets
11. Icee (a drink) domes glued to the sides of a CD for hanging
12. Glow in the dark paint or sticks
13. Food
14. Flashlight
15. Stickers & black paper
16. Colored chalk
17. Poster
18. Paper towel tubes
19. Tongs for picking up specimens
20. Film canisters or baby food jars for holding "neat stuff"
21. American flag
22. Astronaut figurines & aliens too
23. Cereal boxes to use as air tanks
24. Aquarium tubing for the air tank tubes
25. Control panel with various lids & knobs glued on it
26. Coveralls for the uniform
27. Moon boots made out or auto washing sponges


Space Packs added 3-22-04 Submitted By: Raelene Jezior

I took 2 two liter bottles and covered them with foil to make packs for the space suits.  I covered the entire bottle and then taped the two bottles together with electrical tape, to give the illusion of bands holding them together.  Next I took two pieces of felt(16 in. long) and taped one end around the neck of the bottle and took the other end and taped it into one of the bands towards the bottom of the bottle.  The children were able to put this on their backs like bookbags.  It was great to see them pretending to be in space with their packs and their "helmets".



 

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