We explored our five senses in preschool: sight

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on September 29, 2010

in Sensory Play

This past week the children explored their sense of touchtastesmellsight, and hearing. Let me show you what the children found in the “sense of sight” discovery center…

The children used their sense of sight to look through these colorful toilet roll lenses.

The children looked at each other, out the window, and throughout their classroom.

I invited the children to put two lenses together to see if the color changed at all but they were unable to see any kind of change. I am not so sure they understood what I was trying to get them to notice:)

We put these lenses together with a rubber band which the kids could easily remove and so I did have to make quite a few lens repairs along the way! I think next time, I would use colored tape to keep the lens covers on instead of a rubber band.

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1 Lisa September 29, 2010 at 8:12 am

Thank you! I have a three year-old and am watching one, so I am always looking for great themes that we can do through the weeks. I love science and hands-on activities, so thank you for posting these!

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