Here is a listening game that is loads of fun – your child will want to play it over and over again! You’ll need the following supplies: Popcorn seeds Marbles Raisins Rice Coins Toothp…
Five Senses Station (from Early Life Foundations: Walker Learning; FB: https://www.facebook.com/WalkerLearningApproach/)
**FREE** The Five Senses in the Sprint Time Worksheet. Use the five senses in the spring time printable worksheet to encourage your child to explore the 5 senses by describing what they hear, see, touch, taste and smell during the spring time.
Painting with Sound 絵筆に小さなベルを付けて。
Sensory Walk – Exploring the Sense of Touch
These blindfold games will help your students explore the sense of sight while learning about the five senses. These activities help children understand their sense of sight is important, and what it’s like without seeing. Check out more of my Five Senses activities here. How to make Blindfolds An easy way to make blindfolds is with stretchy knit fabric (like …
Kitchen Scientist Requirement #1 - Have a mini taste test experiment.
Could this science project be any more fun for kids!? I just love all of this teachers activities. Using the five senses, decide which is sugar and which is salt.
Five Senses Tree Map
We watched Happy Feet over the weekend so naturally Madelynn is a bit in love with penguins lately which made it the perfect time for our p...