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Senses activities

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This week in tot school we are talking about the FIVE SENSES. I had so many ideas for this theme that I almost finished the lesson plan in about 20 minutes with just ideas that I had used in the pa...

This week in tot school we are talking about the FIVE SENSES. I had so many ideas for this theme that I almost finished the lesson plan in about 20 minutes with just ideas that

Science experiment activities teach kids five senses: touch, see, smell, taste, hear, and scientific thinking and methodology, for preschool, kindergarten, to high school. Fun STEM activities of Five Senses in classroom, homeschool, or after school supplements. Great science fair project ideas. #iGameMomSTEM #ScienceForKids #STEMforKids #5SensesForKids #ScienceActivities #STEMactivities #STEMeducation #5senses #FiveSenses

Science experiment activities teach kids five senses: touch, see, smell, taste, hear, and scientific thinking and methodology, for preschool, kindergarten, to high school. Fun STEM activities of Five Senses in classroom, homeschool, or after school supplements. Great science fair project ideas. #iGameMomSTEM #ScienceForKids #STEMforKids #5SensesForKids #ScienceActivities #STEMactivities #STEMeducation #5senses #FiveSenses

The Five Senses - Sense of Smell Activity These were a hit with my class!  The kids loved to smell the different swatches as it gave them hands-on tactile objects to explore and manipulate.

The Five Senses - Sense of Smell Activity These were a hit with my class! The kids loved to smell the different swatches as it gave them hands-on tactile objects to explore and manipulate.

Idea Note: Label picture on a poster board with different types of sensations in English, have students glues/tape/etc materials on paper to match that sensation.

Idea Note: Label picture on a poster board with different types of sensations in English, have students glues/tape/etc materials on paper to match that sensation.