How to have a night fit for the stars...
Have a dinner fit for the starts, make grilled sandwiches cut into the shape of stars or
if you do not have a star shaped cookie cutter make cut the sandwiches into a circle a.k.a a full
moon! Serve sandwiches with chicken and stars soup. ( to make your own fallow this recipe)
* Use dark, construction paper, a white colored pencil, glitter and glue to make your own
creative version of star finder chart, like the one seen here.
*Learn about the constellation by printing and using this simple star finder chart to spot popular constellations in the night sky.
* Don't forget to sing Twinkle -Twinkle Little Star!
* Who really is on the moon? Click here for all the story telling fun!
Feeling really Curious?:
*Satellite Tracking: SpaceWeather has a dirt simple satellite tracker; just enter your zip code, and it spits out what’s passing over that is of interest tonight!
Want to send your kids over the moon? Own a star in the sky, and name it after your family! Find out more by clicking here ( prices start at $14.95 so it's not too expensive but sure to get your kids excited!) In case you are wondering...yes, there is a Buhl family star out there!
* Note: it is never too early to star gaze as a family whether your children are babies, toddlers, or a happy thought in the future you can all lie under the stars and enjoy the evening sky together!
(I am thinking I need one of these gazing towers!)
pic via pin
May you all remember to wish upon a star!
*****See last week's family fun night here !