Five senses: Fun Friday features

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Last week our Discover and Explore team asked our fellow bloggers to share ideas for exploring the five senses.  We had so many wonderful activities linked up that it was difficult to pick just a few.  I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did!

Discover and Explore

Crayon Box Chronicles shared Spices & Sprinkles Painting, a multi-sensory approach to art…

Spices and Sprinkles

Learn Play Imagine showed us we can use books to introduce our five senses in Exploring Our 5 Senses with Fruits and Vegetables

Virtual Book Club for Kids - Exploring Our 5 Senses (6)

My Nearest and Dearest reminds us that simply going outside is one of the best ways to experience Sensory Play in Nature

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Finally, How We Learn explored the five senses with some wonderful Games to Play in the Dark

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And the fun never stops as we continue Fun Friday over on the Teach Preschool Facebook Page.  I invite you to come check out what our fellow bloggers are sharing this week!  To see what others are sharing, you must be viewing a desktop version of the Teach Preschool Facebook Page.  From the Teach Preschool Facebook Page, click the tab just below the header that says Highlights.  Then click on Posts by Others.  We will be sharing a few of our favorite posts on our wall throughout the day.

FB Fun Friday tutorial

I hope you have a fantastic Fun Friday!

More Five Senses Posts from the Discover and Explore Co-hosts

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Kids in the Kitchen~Exploring the Five Senses (KC Edventures)

3 Science Activities for Kids to Explore Sound (Buggy and Buddy)

Exploring the Senses~Paint with Tea Bags (Fantastic Fun and Learning)

Five Senses Discover & Explore Kit (Teach Preschool)

Coconut Shell Instruments (Twodaloo)

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

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