Five Senses - Jelly Bean Jumble Students close eyes and use only sense of taste (eyes closed and pinching nose) to predict color of jelly bean. Make second prediction using sense of taste and smell (eye closed, nose released). Students use sense of sight to check answer. Give students 3 jelly beans, one at a time, of each color. Use 3 different colors total. Students will color in a jelly bean on the activity sheet for each trial.
45 Science Activities for Kids to Learn the 5 Senses
how to teach kids about the 5 senses? These 45 science experiments not only teach kids about senses of touch, see, smell, taste, hear, but also scientific thinking and methodology - for kids from preschool, kindergarten, to high school. Fun science activities for classroom, homeschool, or after school supplements. Many are also great science fair project ideas.