Our simple template available in our shop makes the craft especially easy for toddlers and preschoolers to create. Print out the pages of the template on different colors of paper, cut out the pieces and assemble the craft together. Easy, peasy and done!
What's in this Blog Post
- How to Make an Easy Rocket Ship Father’s Day Craft Idea
- Supplies needed for Rocket Ship Craft:
- Instructions for making this Father’s Day Craft:
- Related: Super Dad Father’s Day Gift
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- Related: Paper Bag DIY Father’s Day Book
- Your rocket ship craft is complete
- Video Tutorial: How to Make this Simple Father’s Day Craft Idea
- More Father’s Day Craft Ideas
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How to Make an Easy Rocket Ship Father’s Day Craft Idea
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Supplies needed for Rocket Ship Craft:
- Rocket Ship Father’s Day Craft Template <—– Purchase in our shop
- black cardstock
- gray cardstock
- red cardstock
- yellow cardstock
- orange cardstock
- child of photo (we used a 4″ x 6″ photo with the child’s face and bust filling about one-half of the the photo frame)
- 3-inch circle punch
- star stickers (optional -You can also use white crayons)
- glue stick
NOTE: If you are in the EU, please visit our TpT Store to purchase any of our templates.
Instructions for making this Father’s Day Craft:
Step 1: Purchase and download the rocket ship Father’s Day craft idea template. Print out the rocket ship Father’s Day craft template on colored cardstock or construction paper. At the top of each page of the template you will find notes in the upper right corner of what color to use for printing each page.
For reference, print the rocket page of the template on gray paper. Then print the rocket wings page on red paper. Next print the rocket flame page on orange cardstock. Finally, print the moon page of the template that has the message of your choice on yellow paper.
Step 2: Cut out each of the pieces of the Father’s Day template.
Step 3: Use a glue stick to glue the rocket ship together. Glue the red wings onto the rocket ship. Then glue the rocket flame at the bottom of the rocket ship.
Related: Super Dad Father’s Day Gift
Step 4: Glue the yellow moon in a corner on your black sheet of cardstock. Add glue on the back of the rocket ship and glue it diagonally on your black cardstock.
Step 5: Use a 3-inch circle punch to cut out a circle photo of the child. If you don’t have a circle punch, you can print out the rocket ship page of the template on a piece of white paper, cut out the circle inside the rocket ship and use it as a template for cutting out each photo.
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Step 6: Glue the child’s photo on the rocket ship inside the dashed circle lines shown on the template.
Step 7: (OPTIONAL) Peel off star stickers and place them around the rocket ship on your black cardstock. As an alternative, children can draw stars around their paper with a white crayon or white colored pencil.
Related: Paper Bag DIY Father’s Day Book
Your rocket ship craft is complete
To add an extra personal touch to your craft, children can write a personal message to the recipient of the craft on white or lined paper and glue it on the back of their craft.
Video Tutorial: How to Make this Simple Father’s Day Craft Idea
Watch the video below for a step by step guide on how to make this easy rocket ship craft with our template.
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More Father’s Day Craft Ideas
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These simple photo blocks are another simple Father’s Day gift for kids to make. Dad can place it on his desk at work and change the photo throughout the year.
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