During our first week of preschool with my 3 1/2 year old, we explored the Five Senses. As I shared in our Preschool Themes post, each day we explored a different "subject" all while sticking with a weekly theme. I also tried to be extra conscious of relating our daily activities to our five senses. Today I'd love to share our Spiced name recognition activity with you!
post may contain affiliate links.We explored:
- matching colors and a five senses sort for math
- name recognition for literacy
- colored soda dough for sensory play
- a sound matching game for some "extra fun."
Write your child's name on the piece of paper with a marker.
Set out several spices and some glue. I poured our spices in an empty egg container because some of our spices were missing the lids with holes.
Show your child how to follow the letters of his/her name with the glue.
Then have your child use his/her fingers, spoon, and/or spice shaker to shake spices onto the glue.
Enjoy exploring your sense of smell!!
Take a moment to check out some more of our Preschool Activities!
Ice Castle Excavation: Princess Theme
See & Spray Game
Race to 20 Math Game: Nursery Rhyme Theme
I'd love for you to follow along so you never miss out on one of our fun activities we share at School Time Snippets!
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