The Captain’s Corner – November, 2022

1 November, 2022

Hello! This is Mike, your pilot speaking, here to share your monthly StoryCaptain recap.

We’re cruising steadily on our way to Thanksgiving and the holiday season. During a time frequently filled with travel, we’re excited to take you up up up in the air. For some little ones, planes are a bit scary, for others they’re awe-inspiring. Wherever your little ones fall, there’s something for them to enjoy in these stories as this month’s box includes books that both help them prepare for and understand flying and encourage them to follow their dreams.

To fully immerse yourself and your little one in the skies above, check out these crafting activities to help you prepare for takeoff!


Boost Their Creativity  


Bring this month’s activity guide to life with these craft activities for the WobbleCaptain and CuriousCaptain clubs.


Cloud Jump (WobbleCaptain)

Supplies: Masking tape



  1. Use masking tape to create cloud shapes on the floor.
  2. Pretend you are an airplane flying through the clouds.

Tips for Engagement: Adult can show the child what to do. You can both pretend to be airplanes in the sky making lines.



Airplane Lines (WobbleCaptain)


Supplies: Gallon sized bag, blue paint, masking tape



  1. Add several drops of blue paint into the bag.
  2. Seal it shut and spread the paint around.
  3. Use masking tape to keep the bag in place on the table.
  4. Have child move their hand through the paint as though they are an airplane making lines in the sky

Parent/Child: Adult will put the bag together and secure it on the table. Child will make lines through the paint.

Airplane Toss (CuriousCaptain)

Supplies: Masking tape, paper



  1. Using masking tape create letters on the floor.
  2. Make a paper airplane.
  3. Toss the airplane and see what letter it lands on. Practice identifying the letter and/or it’s sound!

Tips for engagement: Take turns with your child and have fun seeing what letter your airplane will land on. You can change this to make shapes or numbers on the ground as well!


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