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24 EPIC Solar System Project Ideas for kids

Whether you are diving into an astronomy unit in your homeschool / classroom or your child just has a natural curiosity about space, here are 24 EPIC Solar System Projects for kids. These solar system project ideas are perfect for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. Whether you want to make a solar system project out of fruit, playdough, bottle caps, yarn, clothespins, snow globe, or more - we've got the most creative solar system activities to make learning abou tthe plants in our solar system FUN for kids. So pick you favorite solar system craft and make the solar system for kids come alive!

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As I was looking for ideas for our upcoming solar system unit I decided to browse around pinterest to get some inspiration. WOW! There are such creative people out there! With such a plethora of super creative and fun solar system projects for kids,  I just had to make a round up to share these creative Solar system project ideas  with all of you. Whether you are looking for a  solar system for kids projects for preschoolers, kindergartners, or elementary age students in grade 1, grade 2, grade 2, grade 4, grade 5, or grade 6 – you will love these fun ideas.  This is a growing list of  solar system projects so you can get inspired and pick the best  solar system project for kids all in one place.

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These  easy solar system project suggestions are perfect for parents, teachers, or homeschooler to make the solar system interseting for kids and kick-start your  solar system for kids  lesson!

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Tap Light Planets from Play at Home Mom 3. I love how this project will light up your childs room and serve as an educational night light.

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Make the Solar System out of Food like Creative Kid Snacks. This adorable science snack idea is not only educational, but healthy too.

Paint stick solar system project for kids of all ages

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Make practicing the names of the planets and the order of the planets from the sun with this easy to make Paint Stick Solar System Project . I love that there is an activity to this clever, unique science project for kids.

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Planets Snowglobe from Red Ted Art. This science craft is such a creative way for kids to learn about the planets in our solar system and review day after day.

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Solar System Brownies from Almost Unschoolers. This easy-to-make and yummy solar system project is sure to be a favorite of kids for years to come.

Paper Mache Planets Craft for Kids

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Paper Mache Planets from At Home with Ali. This inexpensive, DIY planet project uses baloons and paper mache to create a beautiful science project.

Kids are going to love learning about the Layers of the Earth for Kids with this fun lesson on what is the earth made of.  This lesson for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders will use some fun Earth Science Experiments to study the layers that make up our planet Earth.  Take a peak at our easy playdough earth layers, books, earth layers worksheet, and a fun core sampling activity for kids.

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Playdough Solar System from 123 Homeschool 4 Me. This project is simple to make as it uses a tactile material you probably already have on hand! This is a science project you can make and remake over and over again.

Solar System Button Craft

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Solar System Button Craft from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational. If you have a stash of buttons you aren’t sure what to do with, this solar system planet project is just what you are looking for. Have your child repeat the planet names over and over again to help them retain the knowledge.

Felt Solar System

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Felt Solar System from Counting Coconuts. For your crafty students, they will enjoy making their own solar system with just a little bit of sewing. This is a great activity to improve cordination and fine motor skills too.

Yarn Solar System

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Yarn Solar System from Art for Little Hands. This project combines yarn and paper mache to make really cool looking planets to display in your homeschool room.


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Even preschoolers can help make these shaggy Yarn Planet balls There is no messy paper mache in this projects. Just wrapping and cutting to create planets you can hang or toss around.

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This chalk planet project is an easy to make project to make today. Plus don’t miss the fun solar system game to help teach kids planet names, planet rotation, and time for the planets to get around the sun.

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Plastic Lid Solar System from Still Playing School. I love how this project reuses plastic lids you probably have on hand from your weekly garbage.

Lego Solar System

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Lego Solar System from Kitchen Counter Chronicles. Kids love making creations with Lego! This project allows kids to use their creativity and STEM to make their own brick solar system project. Have one child make the entire solar system or work together by having each child make a different planet.


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Solar System Poster from Crafts n Coffee. Pop over to Joann Fabrics, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby and grab some different shaped foam balls to make this super cute solar system project perfect for a science fair board.

Are you looking for an easy solar system projects to try? This Fizzy solar system planets project is quick, easy, with a fun twist. In this space science experiments children will will create each of the planets in a model of solar system for school project. This is great for planet learning for kids as they learn planet names, shapes, sizes,a nd position from the sun. Then kids will create a chemical reaction with a fun planet activity for kids that will make their planets fizz, foam and melt. This solar system project for kids is perfect for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th graders too.

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This solar system project combines a planets project with a science activity making the planets fizz! Perfect early science activity for young kids!

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Solar System Mobile from Taming the Goblin. This solar system is not only fun to make, but great for hanging up in your homeschool room to remind your students about the planets.


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Marble Solar System for Play from I Can Teach My Child. Do you have marbles laying around from a marble run or jacks? You can quickly whip up this creative solar system.

Hanger Solar System

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Hanger Solar System from Crafts and Coffee. Another creative idea for a hanging solar system for kids you can hang in your childs room.

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Looking for more fun, hands on science activities to teach kids about astronomy or to round out your solar system for kids unit. You will love these hands on solar system activities and lessons:

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26 Solar System Project Ideas for Kids that are Out of this World

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January 26, 2022 //  by  Eileen Zajac

Solar System Activities for Preschool & Kindergarten

1. edible science craft.


This fun solar system model would be awesome for homeschool, daycare, and at-home preschools. It's easy and fun for kids to color the different planets according to pictures they've seen in a story you read or on a poster you've presented!

Get the recipe and more here !

2. Solar System Sensory Fun Activities


Even our littlest scientists can start learning about the solar system, start this project with a book for students. Little kiddos absolutely love sensory play. Incorporate some STEM learning at a young age with a sensory activity for kids like this .

3. Edible Solar System


Check out this awesome edible solar system. This is an extremely engaging activity for students. They will love making, decorating, and then, of course, devouring their solar system model.

Learn more about the recipe here !

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4. playdough planets.


Playdough always gets my kiddos interested in whatever we're about to do. This solar system project is a bit more intense with setup, but completely worth it. Have a model ready to go so students don't get lost in the plethora of materials!

alittlepinchofperfect gives a great outline for this science project!

5. Foldable Planets - Solar System Poster


Here is an excellent project for our youngest learners! This is an easy cut-and-paste project. It can be used for modeling and checking for understanding. Providing students with a hands-on activity to learn the alignment of the planets.

Learn more about this awesome solar idea here !

6. Solar System model WITH fruits


Take a look at this adorable science snack idea and intuitive way to model with fruits. Allowing students to incorporate food into their learning is a great way to influence them in the way they talk during snacks and other meals. See if they can build their own model with fruits.

Try this and see what they come up with!

7. Water Color Solar System


Another one for our little scientists. Getting kiddos to recognize the planets at a young age is so important. This will keep your little ones busy and engaged while also learning to visualize the solar system.

8. Whole-Class Awesome Solar System Project


This is a great project for the whole class to be involved in. Whether you have a lot of absences or just a small class in general this is a great mini-lesson or project to have to go in the back of your classroom.

Check it out here !

9. Spinning Science Craft


With this spinning solar system, lower elementary students can get a better grasp of how the solar system rotations work. Being able to visualize this from a young age will help them in upper elementary solar system units.

Learn more here !

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10. solar system bottle caps project.


Not only is this project great because students can make an accurate depiction of the Solar System, but it also uses materials that can easily be found! By using recycled bottle caps students can make a replica of the Solar System and use it as a presentation.

You can find detailed instructions about this project here !

11. Popsicle Stick Solar System Science Project Ideas


Have your students create a model of the solar system using popsicle sticks. I know that students in my classroom LOVE when they get to decorate and use their creativity on popsicle sticks. This is a simple, fun project for any grade! Have students keep it in their science notebooks.

12. DIY Solar Jar


Upper elementary students LOVE DIY solar jar projects. I feel like we end up doing so many by the end of 6th grade. Probably because materials are easy and they make great decorations. This solar system in a jar will be a perfect addition to your solar system unit!

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13. Simple Solar Systems Rock!


This creative solar system science project will allow kids to destress and also learn while they paint the planets on rocks. After painting teachers can choose what to do with the solar system rocks! This can be a great cross-curriculum science and art project.

14. Solar System Projects for Kids using Oreos! 


Moon phases are always so much fun to teach and learn. I like to have students watch a video tutorial about the moon first, next I show a model with my own Oreos and earth, and finally, I let the kiddos take over and create their own models!

Find out more here !

15. Paper Mache Solar System


Paper Mache is an elementary school favorite. It's not only used for beads and volcanoes. This is a beautiful science project using students' knowledge about the solar system, some rubber balls, and, of course, paper mache.

You can find detailed instructions about this beautiful science project here !

16. Hanging Planets


Here is a super cute solar system project for your astronomy unit and a future decoration for your classroom! Students will love to see these solar systems hanging from the ceiling. They also are so much fun to make!

Find out how to make this project here !

17. Solar System Cootie Catcher


My students love to study using cootie catchers. We've made them in all different subjects. Last year we made them help students with different math problems. Check out these amazing solar system cootie catchers ! Your students will have so much fun. These can even be flattened and kept in a student's science notebook.

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18. Fizzy Science Project Ideas


The Fizzy Solar system project is fun, engaging, and a little bit messy. Students will love to create these models of the planets and then watch them fizzle and crackle! It's easy enough and engaging enough for any classroom.

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19. simple solar balloon system.


Who doesn't love balloons? Kids have a blast blowing and playing with balloons. They can, of course, get a little out of hand sometimes but that's where the fun comes in! Allow students to color and play with balloons in this year's solar system science unit.

20. Solar System Facts


This is a great Solar project! Students could complete this collaboratively. It could be a cross-curricular project incorporating research and fact writing about each planet. Students will love the creativity along with expressing their knowledge.

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21. Planet Fact Fans | Upper Elementary Solar System Project Ideas


Upper elementary grades can become difficult when trying to reach standards and still keep your class engaged. With these fact fans, you'll not only reach objectives but will also engage students by using their creativity to make the planets, conduct research in their science notebook, and maybe even solar system posters!

Have students create their own or purchase a template here !

22. Cup, Plate Styrofoam Model For Kids


Having students make a super-simple model of the solar system 10-inch styrofoam ball will be fun and engage with low prep on your part. Give students materials and a model and they should be off and running with this solar system science project.

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23. Solar System 3D Model


Have your upper elementary students create an old-fashioned 3D diorama like this one. These are such fun projects for kids. Students will love to research facts about planets and then create their own solar system model. Showcasing all they've learned throughout your solar system unit.

Here's an example image!

24. Simple 3D Solar Projects


Here are nice and simple projects for kids using styrofoam balls and a coat hanger or sticks! This is a low-material project for kids of all ages to engage in and learn about the solar system. Try using pom-pom balls!

25. Pom-pom Balls Solar System Model


Pom-pom balls are always a win. Here's a great model idea for elementary students using pom-pom balls. They will even love to make their own pom-pom balls according to the colors of the planets. Learn how to make your own Pom-pom balls here !

26. More Balloons!


A classroom filled with balloons is enticing to students of all ages. Especially when they get to help make it! Work together to make this awesome giant classroom solar system. Have students watch a video tutorial and see if they can move their balloons like the solar system!

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15 solar system project ideas, 1. hanging mobile.

This is one of the easiest and well-known solar system projects. You only need a few flash cards and string. Start cutting out the planets, color or paint them, and punch a hole in each. Afterwards, you can hang them in the correct position and look at all the planets you created.

2. Solar System Cake

This project may require some careful thought and planning. The objective is to bake a cake that looks like the solar system. You can cook a chocolate cake to represent the dark space. Then, add M&Ms, skittles, and other treats to represent the planets. Make sure that you place the sun in the middle and then create the orbit ring. After you have explained the details of the cake to your students, everyone can enjoy a tasty slice.

3. Playdough Solar System Model

4. snow globe solar system.

When the holidays are approaching, making a snow globe solar system is an excellent idea. The items you will need to do this are a mason jar, water, fishing wire, glue, glitter, paint, and clay. Begin making the planets out of the clay, but make sure you are making them small enough to fit inside the jar. Let the clay harden before painting each the color of the planets. Use the fishing wire to thread through the holes of the planets. Glue the other end of the wire to the bottom of the inside of the jar, so that your planets are hanging inside. Pour some water in the jar and add glitter. Then flip your jar upside down and shake it to watch the magic happen.

5. Felt Model

6. pom-pom solar system, 7. chalk solar system.

Every child enjoys playing with chalk. Therefore, you can bring out the colorful chalk and take your class outside. Use the concrete to draw the solar system. After you have explained each planet, let the students draw their own solar systems while referring back to yours.

8. Fruity Planets

9. solar system poster.

Use a large sheet of paper that can make a poster. Make sure it is black to represent the outer space. Add paint to create the different planets and label them for the students to see. Then, hand out black posters to each student to make their own solar system posters.

10. Shadow Box

11. glow in the dark solar system.

Glow in the dark makes things more exciting! Therefore, my suggestion is to go buy some glow in the dark paint and create a solar system. Draw the planets on a sheet of paper and paint them with the glow in the dark paint. After everything has dried, turn off the lights and watch everyone’s paintings come to life.

12. Edible Solar System

Start by baking cookies in the oven. After they have cooled off, use icing to add color to the cookies. Be sure to use the appropriate icing color to represent the planet colors. You can also create different cookie sizes to form your edible solar system. Afterwards, everyone can eat cookies!

13. Solar System Bottle Caps

14. popsicle sticks solar system.

This project requires glue, scissors, paper, and popsicle sticks. Use various colors of paper to make the planets. After you have cut the planets out, glue them to their own individual popsicle stick. Then, make all the popsicle sticks attach to the sun in the middle. It is a neat project that students will be happy to participate in.

15. Balloon Solar System

For a video showing you five other projects that you can use to teach the solar system to your students, check out A Toy Day’s YouTube video. It is a compilation of several projects that will keep children entertained for long periods of time.

How To Introduce Solar System To Students

After you have gone over each planet, be sure to come up with ways to help students remember each one. You can develop worksheets that have the name of the planet and its color to help. Once you feel that your students comprehend all the planets, I believe you should do several fun projects to help them grasp them even more. Children do not do well with lectures for long periods of time, so integrating hands-on projects will lighten up their mood and create fun in your classroom.

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I hope this article helped you find a few solar system project ideas that you would like to try out in your classroom. The goal is to encourage teachers around the globe to adopt these projects into their classroom as they are great learning tools that will keep your students entertained for hours at a time. Good luck and happy teaching!

Which class can these projects be used for?

I think they can be used for students of all ages. Of course, students will need help from their parents or they can do projects in pairs.

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For elementary school students, science education and science projects can be the most fun and most rewarding part of their school day. Units on ecology, electricity, weather and animals are just a few of the science topics included in the curriculum. Another important topic is the solar system, and many classes also do solar system projects. There are a number of project ideas to help third graders learn about the solar system and to have fun while doing it.

One of the most popular solar system projects is building a model version of the solar system. One way of doing this is to paint Styrofoam balls to represent the planets, then attach them with wire to one large Styrofoam ball in the middle, representing the sun. Another way is to create a model to scale on a football field, using an orange as the sun and calculating the distance of the other planets.

Cardboard Sun Hole

A cardboard sun hole is a simple way to demonstrate the power of the sun's rays. You'll need a thin piece of cardboard, a piece of paper and a pen. Use the pen to punch a hole in the cardboard, then hold the cardboard over the piece of paper in direct sunlight. You will notice a small white circle on the paper--an upside-down image of the sun. Move the cardboard forward or back to focus the circle. If a cloud passes over the sun, its shadow will cross the page in the opposite direction.

Mars Vacation

This is a fun research project to help third graders learn about the planets. Pretend that you are going to take a vacation, only to Mars instead of Hawaii or Florida. Have the students imagine what it would be like to be there, what they would see and do, what they would need to bring with them, and so on. Research facts on the planet Mars, then have the children write a story or travelogue about their trip.

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Solar System Kit

There are a number of fun solar system assembly kits available online at amazon.com and other sellers. One of these kits is the glow-in-the-dark "Mega Cosmos" kit, which contains glow-in-the dark stars, as well as nine planets for the solar system. This and other kits can be assembled by third graders, either alone or with the help of an adult. Solar system kits come in two- and three-dimensional versions. There are also star ceiling kits, which have glow-in-the-dark star stickers to put on the ceiling.

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