Photo Frame Family Rocket: Waste Material Craft

Ever wanted to go to Sriharikota to watch a rocket launching into outer space? Do you spend nights stargazing with your child? How about creating a photo frame family rocket for your living room with this amazing waste material craft activity? Your astronauts will love this!

This photo frame family rocket activity will:

  • Teach your child about rocket science
  • Boost his/her imagination
  • Keep him/her away from TV/Smartphone

Parental involvement: Medium

Duration: 20 minutes

Skills Acquired: Imagination, Curiosity, Self-Expression

  1. Plastic bottle
  2. Coloured paper
  3. A pair of scissors
  4. Glue
  5. Family photographs
Instructions for Photo Frame Family Rocket:
  1. Cut out small rectangles one below the other on a coloured paper.
  2. Stick photographs of your family on it.
  3. Wrap the paper over a plastic bottle and glue it.
  4. Cut two thin strips from a different coloured paper and stick them on the ends of the rocket.
  5. Make a cone using another coloured paper and paste  it on top.
  6. Cut out  two triangles for the sides.
  7. Astro family frame is ready!

Get ready for liftoff!

If your child enjoyed this waste material craft activity, then he/she will definitely love our Space Adventure box—filled with exciting space activities for your budding astronauts.

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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!

1 Comment

  • Payal

    April 25, 2016 - 1:53 pm

    Good efforts… Very useful easy to do Activity… It’s not something new, we all know these things, we did when we were kids… But all forgoten… Thank you so much for reminding and getting back those forgoten memories

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