Looking for a fun way to help your preschooler learn about space? Check out our new space writing prompts for kids!
These fun and creative prompts are designed to help young writers explore their imaginations and practice their writing skills.
We know that kids love space, so we’ve created these prompts with that in mind. Each prompt is based on a different aspect of space – from planets to stars to galaxies.
Get your child started on their writing journey today with our new space-themed writing prompts!
By using fun worksheets and activities like the ones featured here, you can help your little ones practice important writing skills that will set them up for success in later grades.
Space Writing Prompts for Preschoolers
We are so excited to introduce our new space writing prompts for preschoolers! These fun and creative prompts are designed to help young writers explore their imaginations and practice their writing skills.
There are several different prompts included in the download, each based on a different aspect of space. From planets to stars to galaxies, there is something for everyone!
What’s in this pack?
This packet of free printables contains seven writing prompts for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- copy paper
PREPARING THE ACTIVITY
Fill out the form at the bottom of this post to get the free worksheets for your little ones. Then, download and print your desired pages.
To use the prompts with your child, simply print them out and have your child choose a prompt to write about. They can use the provided lined paper or a blank sheet of paper. Encourage them to be creative and have fun!
There are seven writing prompts included in this packet. Children will write to complete the following prompts:
- I can write about stars.
- If I went to outer space, I would…
- Once I saw an alien, and…
- From outer space I see…
- My favorite planet is ___, because…
- I want to fly in a rocket to…
- I wished on a shooting star for…
If your little one has trouble writing the stories themselves, you could allow them to dictate their thoughts for you. Then, you can write their thoughts on the page for them.
There are sixteen vocabulary cards included. You could lay them out to aid your students in spelling big words. Or, you can have them choose a few cards to incorporate into their writing assignment.
Additional Ways to Use the Worksheets
In addition to writing, there are endless possibilities for additional activities that can be done with the prompts.
Try having your child draw a picture to go along with their story, or act it out with toys. The sky’s the limit!
Preschool Space Books
Preschoolers can learn about outer space through books that are specifically geared towards their age group.
These titles can help introduce preschoolers to the different planets and stars in our solar system, as well as various space-related topics like astronauts and spacecraft.
Space Activities for Kids
If you’re looking for some fun space activities for your preschooler, you’ve come to the right place! One simple but enjoyable activity is to make a homemade mobile of the solar system. You can use styrofoam balls of different sizes to represent the planets, and then suspend them from the ceiling using string or fishing wire.
Another idea is to create a galaxy in a jar. Start by painting the inside of a Mason jar black, and then add glitter, sequins, and other small embellishments to create a star-filled sky.
For a tasty space-themed treat, try making planet cookies! Using store-bought sugar cookie dough, cut out circles of dough and then decorate them with icing and sprinkles to resemble the different planets.
These are just a few ideas to get you started – have fun exploring the limitless possibilities of outer space with your little one!