Space Worksheets for Kids
Space is such a fun topic to teach and learn. Planets, stars, the milky way, moons, stars and of course a shooting star. It’s pure magic! You’ll love these other fun space activities for kids.
Although it is absolutely real life, there is just something about it that is purely fascinating! That is what makes this space worksheets for kids set so much fun!
This set will encourage children to learn the names of the planets, the order of the planets, as well as other objects that are in the solar system. Children will review how to spell each name as well as practice writing them. There is even a space for children to color.
These worksheets would be wonderful to use in conjunction with other space learning fun as well or as a fun weekend activity, too. The kids won’t even realize that they’re learning because space exploration and thinking about space is always a fun time.
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Space Worksheets for Kids
What I love most about these simple worksheets for kids is that they’re really easy to learn and get used to using. The kids will build confidence in their writing skills and confidence on their spelling.
Not only that, but they’ll work on counting skills as well. Once the kids get used to writing out and spelling the words, they can then focus in on coloring and make the pages pretty, too.
This is all helpful because there is more than one way to learn the space terms and these Space Worksheets are perfect. The different forms of learning are expressed through these worksheets to help keep the activities interesting and different enough from each other. Kids will love these Space Worksheets!
Space Worksheet Supplies
These simple space worksheets only take a few supplies to get started. As you can see from the list below, you probably already have all of these at home. (and if you’re on fence about whether or not you need a printer, I use mine all the time, basically every single day!)
- Printer (I have this one!)
Do you have a space lover? You’ll love these other space vocabulary cards, writing worksheets, interactive notebook pieces and more in the Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Space.
Recommended Space Books for Kids
We have included each of the planets of the solar system on a chart that is labeled as well as a chart that the names can be filled in.
We have also included a space for children to write the names of each of the planets. Each of these tasks is reiterating the names of the planets which will help children learn them.
You’ll find some of the favorite space books listed below. We love to combine reading with learning and these books are a great way to really dive into space exploration even more.
What I love about these books is that they appeal to a wide age of kids. You can sit and have reading time easily with these books or use them as a great way to assign some fun book reports, too.
National Geographic Kids Everything Space: Blast Off for a Universe of Photos, Facts, and Fun!Super Cool Space Facts: A Fun, Fact-filled Space Book for KidsNational Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books)The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar SystemThere Was a Black Hole that Swallowed the Universe: A Funny Rhyming Space Book from the #1 Science Author for KidsThere’s No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
Be certain to print out your space worksheets here! They’re easy to use and are ready and waiting for you to get started! (and if you can’t print now, just bookmark this post so you’ll come back later and print!)
Take a look at the other science worksheets in this series. These science worksheets go really well with learning about space and it’s a fun way to get the kids excited about learning about all new topics and ideas well.
More Space Printables
Space Counting Cards Printables
Printable Constellation Lacing Cards
I’m so so so excited. This is my favorite thing to teach. As a Space Camp alumni, I love showing my students my “gear”, books and of course freeze dried ice cream. But age appropriate for PreK can be hard to find. Thank you for providing, especially free.