I was looking for a project that we could use some pages of the wallpaper remnant books I purchased for a whole 50 cents a book.
Edible Play Clay Recipe
A sweet, edible play clay recipe that will get children’s creative juices flowing. 100% edible ingredients. No flour or peanut butter.
5 Senses Sorting Game that has 5 category cards (Hear, Smell, Touch, Taste, See) as headers.
Have children sort the square cards under each category header. There are 6 square cards for each category.
The smell of this homemade, no-cook Kool-Aid scented play dough is heavenly. Use any flavor packet of Kool-Aid to create a variety of colors and scents.
Make these wonderfully scented watercolors for the children to paint with. Once the paint has dried, the children can scratch and sniff their pictures for the day. The scent doesn’t last all that long, only for the day but they love the scent while painting and like to scratch and sniff right after the picture is dry.
An entire week of five senses theme activities sure to keep you and your little ones busy!
Cinnamon Scented Ornament Dough
2 cups powdered cinnamon
1 to 1/2 cups smooth applesauce
Plastic drinking straw
Tiny dried flowers
Hot glue or duco cement