Five Senses - Sight

Laura Park
Five Senses - Sight

Five Senses - Sight

During the week of five senses, we decided to do a sense each day of the week. We started with the sense of sight! One activity that we did is shown in the first image. We set up a pouring station to help with fine motor skills. The pouring station included many different colors in different containers.

We also made a rotation of fizzing colors. To do this, we put water color tablets in a cup (we cut them in half since the tablets were big). We got squeeze bottles and put vinegar in them. The kids were able to squeeze the vinegar into the cups and make the colors fizz (the second picture shows what it looks like after the fizz is gone).

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Five Senses - Sight
July 10, 2023
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