coloring pages of constellations

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What’s in this printable pack about constellations for kids?

This printable pack about constellations for kids includes 22 pages of coloring pages, flashcards, a STEM experiment and more! Kids love learning about space! From memorizing the names of the planets and their order to various stars and constellations, outer space is a true wonder.

How many zodiac signs are in a constellation coloring book?

This is a set of 12 constellation coloring pages that go along with zodiac signs. A fun idea for this one would be to have the kids choose the zodiac sign that goes along with their birthday and color that page. All of the sheets are the same in design except for the actual constellation and wording.

How can I teach my child about the constellations?

This is a large printable pack with many fun ways to learn about the constellations. This is a set of 12 constellation coloring pages that go along with zodiac signs. A fun idea for this one would be to have the kids choose the zodiac sign that goes along with their birthday and color that page.

What are constellations and how can I find them?

You can always access the free constellations culture card here. The description says: “Constellations are different patterns found in the night sky’s stars. Most are connected to old stories and myths!”

How many constellation coloring pages are there?

This is a set of 12 constellation coloring pages that go along with zodiac signs. A fun idea for this one would be to have the kids choose the zodiac sign that goes along with their birthday and color that page.

What is the last component of this constellation printable pack?

The last component of this constellation printable pack is a label the constellation worksheet.

How many constellations are there for kids?

Here are 20 different constellations for kids to learn about. Use these in flashcard form (they will print 4 on a page) with the marshmallow constellation STEM challenge above.

How many pages are in the constellation pack?

Print the constellation printable pack below. Simply click on the image below to print your constellation printable pack. The entire PDF is 22 pages, if you are looking to save on ink and don’t want the whole pack, be sure to select which pages you want from the pack in your print options.

Can kids make constellations with marshmallows?

This is such a fun (and tasty) STEM experiment for kids. Kids can build their own constellations with marshmallows and toothpicks by following the simple instructions included.

Is the constellation the same on all sheets?

All of the sheets are the same in design except for the actual constellation and wording.

What is a star and constellation pack?

Montessori-Inspired Star and Constellation Pack for DIY Cards and Counters, Number or Letter Matching, Number or Letter Basket, Bead Bar Work, Hands-on Math Operations, Number or Letter Salt/Sand Writing Tray, Letter Tracing, DIY Movable Alphabet, and Creative Writing (subscriber freebie, so just sign up for my email to get the link and password – or check your inbox if you’re already a subscriber)

What is constellations in the night sky?

The description says: “Constellations are different patterns found in the night sky’s stars. Most are connected to old stories and myths!”

Is the glow in the dark book in print?

The Glow-in-the-Dark Night Sky Book is a wonderful book that I had from homeschooling my now-adult kids. It doesn’t appear to be in print any longer, but you can get it used inexpensively from Amazon. My glow-in-the-dark constellations still worked great!

Can the movable alphabet be used to build ar words?

Then the movable alphabet can be used to build ar words (or any words).

Can you mix constellations?

You could mix your constellation-themed activities among your shelves according to curriculum area. Or you could have a special constellation-themed area something like the one pictured. My shelves this month have a mixture of skill levels. Many of the activities can be adapted for a variety of levels. If you’re a homeschooler, just choose the activities that work for your child’s interests and ability levels. If you don’t have room for all the activities you’d like to do, simply rotate them.