This week is World Space week – running from the 4th – 10th October.
With both my children now in school they are even more fascinated by the world around them, they love looking at the stars in the night sky – and always point out the brightest as being Nanny’s star (we named a star for their Nanny after she passed away). They also have the planets on a mobile hanging from our kitchen ceiling so know all the names and what they look like, and even love reading books about space and pretending to walk on the moon.
- A single stack of Ora
- A hardback copy of ‘Goodnight Spaceman’ by Michelle Robinson and Nick East
- Some Astronaut Food.
Why is Ora different to normal kitchen towel?
It comes stacked in single easy to grab sheets, no more tearing off and wasting. It also has twice the number of sheets and is super strong, absorbent and versatile. Plus the unique round shape is perfect for crafting with the kids. Emmy recently spent quite a while drawing Neptune and Earth this weekend – I think she did really well considering she was doing them from memory.If however you are looking for other ideas for space themed crafts then I pass you over to the following bloggers who have created some wonderful master pieces which you can follow:
Penguin worked together work Ora to create a step by step guide to making your own Goodnight Spaceman scene
Laura shares how to make a planet using an old CD
Deborah made homemade Galaxy Jars
Debbie created a space themed bedroom
Maria shares her flying space rocket craft
Luschka created a wonderful space light
Emma shares her starry night sensory bin
Maria shares step by step instructions on how to make a colourful space rocket
And lastly, Emma shares a fun post on making a fruity solar system, which of course you could clean up with Ora after you have finished eating!
If you would like to enter to win the Ora space themed prize then please enter via the rafflecopter form below.
This giveaway is open to UK entries and closes at midnight on 29th October 2017. Good Luck
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