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Five Senses Activities for Preschool

Introduction setting up the article. What are the five senses?


Why is it important for preschoolers to engage in five senses activities (especially in the age of screens and technology)? Reasons can be a bullet list or paragraph (examples below):

‐ One of the best ways to learn is to experience

- The world around us engages all our senses, we rarely experience one alone

- Young children do not learn well via verbal instruction, they must experience it for themselves

- Not all children learn the same way, some are visual, others are auditory, etc


Preschool Activities & Lesson Plans


Sight Activity

Product - A-B-C Touch & Flip® Cards

Touch Activity

Product - Roll–A–Dough Letters & Stamp and See Screen


Sample Activity - Stamp and See Screen

Hearing Activity

Products - Music & CDs or Sound Around Box


Sample Activity - Sample Activity

Smell Activity

Likely no product tie in here. Example: https://www.fantasticfunandlearning.com/fun-ideas-for-exploring-the-sens...

Taste Activity

What are the five basic tastes (sweet, sour, bitter, salty, savory)? Likely no product tie in here.


Example: https://www.education.com/science-fair/article/taste-sweet-sour-salty-bi...



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Conclusion wrapping up the article and encouraging users to view other multisensory products. Provide some quick tips for teachers/parents on how to make sure their preschoolers get the most out of the activities above. Example: http://toosmall.org/community/body/Tips-for-PreK-Teachers.pdf

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