Paper Craft Stars And Moon: Activity For Kids

Do you want to create a mini version of the fascinating sky above? This activity has a couple of advantages — your child can learn about the moon and stars and at the same time, he/she can engage with creativity. It’s also an excellent way to spend time with your child! Ready to begin paper craft stars and moon activity?

Parental Involvement: Medium

Duration: 20 minutes

Skills Acquired: Imagination, Fine Motor, Curiosity


  • Cardboard box
  • Coloured paper
  • Glue
  • A pair of scissors
  • Sketch pen

Instructions for Paper Craft Stars And Moon Activity:

  1. Take a small cardboard box and cut out the top cover.
  2. Stick dark blue paper inside the box.
  3. Time for some origami! Cut thin strips of yellow paper.
  4. Twist the top end of the strips to form a ribbon. Fold the smaller end of the paper and insert it into the ribbon. Fold the excess paper inside.
  5. Take the longer end of the strip and fold it over and over again. Fold the excess paper inside.
  6. With your nails, gently push the sides to form an exact star-shape!
  7. Make a few stars and stick them on the box.
  8. Draw and cut a moon. Stick it on the box.
  9. Place it on your child’s shelf!

If your child enjoyed this activity, he/she will love our Space Adventure box — packed with exciting activities introducing him/her to stars, planets, and other celestial bodies!

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Gayathri breathes Harry Potter as much as she breathes air. Yes, a hardcore Potterhead! She loves to play with words, write goofy and humorous articles, dabble in art & craft activities, and crack terrible jokes. Having worked as a copywriter with an ad agency, she is currently a content writer at Flintobox!

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