Sense of touch activity for kids using sandpaper
The Five Senses unit study with lots of activities and links to free printables for teaching kids about the five basic senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing #fivesenses #preschool || Gift of Curiosity
Unit study: The Five Senses - Gift of Curiosity
12 hands on activities to explore the five senses with children, isolating one sense at a time.
Unit Ideas for teaching the 5 Senses - have a station set up for each of the 5 senses with different things for them to feel, see, taste, smell and hear
Scratch-n-sniff cards made from jello and glue. This could be used for the Nose/Smell day during the 5 senses unit. A.C.
5 Senses ideas for preschool
21 Five Senses Activities For KIds
The First Grade Parade: What We’ve Been Up To…
FREE Religious emergent reader
Sound Matching Toy | Spoonful
Five Senses - Touch Bags: Let children feel object with bag closed and try to guess what's inside. Good for inferring too.
A game to teach kids about the sense of smell. They will love guessing all the various scents and experiencing a heightened sense of smell!
Exploring the Sense of Smell with a Game ~ Learn Play Imagine
Sharks are so much better then humans, we have 6 senses! Sight, taste, touch, hearing, smell and electromagnetism. Sharks can sense movements of other fish through ampullae of Lorenzini, sensory organs located on our rostrum. classroom, group preschool, preschool 5 senses, 5 senses poem, preschool idea, sens preschool, hearing sense preschool., 5 senses preschool theme, preschool units
Poem no. 4: My Five Senses
Lakeshore’s Five Senses Theme Book Library has five super-engaging paperback books specially selected to help kids learn all about their senses
Five Senses Theme Book Library at Lakeshore Learning
With Lakeshore’s Five Senses Theme Box, children learn all about their senses…with comprehensive, hands-on lessons that span the curriculum!
Some of This & Some of That: It Feels...
Sensory Activity All you need are latex gloves and items to fill the gloves such as kidney beans, lentils, corn starch, sugar, flour, corn kernels and rice. Tie at the wrist and you’re on your way to a fun sensory experience for you and your children sensori activ, sensory bags, classroom sensori, sensory bins, sensory bottles, glove, toddler classroom decoration, sensory play, preschool sensory activities
A preschool mini unit on the senses using "The Magic School Bus Explores the Senses" - this is Part 2 (taste, hearing, sight)
Simple to make touch and feel box. Great activity to learn new vocabulary and practice describing things.