Hands on science activity! "It Feels" 5 senses activity
Make Your Own Touch Book
infant activity 3 Learn how to make your own Touch Book for your blind baby by putting together a book of textures for him to feel. It's easy and fun and can be a great gift for a visually impaired child.
Science - Sensory Book using your child's hand print for your five senses unit.
Little Stars Learning Texture Book.Use textures to get students to remember letters, how to spell and write their names.
These sensory boards present an appropriate amount of tactile input that a patient may need to complete the day
Four Activities to Learn About the Sense of Touch
It feels like, exploring the sense of touch activity for preschoolers - Stay At Home Educator - Stay At Home Educator
Make a touch texture book shaped like your child's hand.
Occupational therapy ideas- homemade book used to teach children different textures (sensory)
DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers
Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids. I ADORE this idea as a gift for new baby
Awesome sensory activity for preschool or toddler kids. Make a sensory walkway!
Five Senses Station *station activities
What's Missing? an Introductory Activity to the Five Senses
The new academic year has begun and we are kicking off preschool with the theme five senses and this "What's Missing?" activity was the perfect way to begin our month long exploration on the topic. This activity was designed for my class.
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 STEM activities for classroom, homeschool, or after school supplements. Many are also great science fair project ideas.
Sensory Wall shared by The EYLF Page . An inspiring idea for show and tell ~ send home a piece of cardstock.and on each childs' presentation day, voila! An artifact to add to the wall, and a discussion/ jumping off point.-I like the sensory wall.