This five senses scavenger hunt printable for preschool and kindergarten makes for a great homeschool activity! Even if your child isn’t writing yet, they’ll have a blast searching for things that match the description, all while learning about their five senses.
After doing our texture collage activity from my 5 Senses workbook and seeing the huge grin on my son’s face, I knew I needed to add another similar worksheet that explored all of our senses – not just touch!
And so, the 5 senses scavenger hunt worksheet was born! I added it to my workbook as well, which is available in my shop. However, you can grab this single printable below for free.
WHILE YOU’RE PLANNING YOUR 5 SENSES THEME:
- Check out my 5 Senses Unit here. (Use code SENSES25 for 25% off) If you join my Preschool Program Membership, you’ll get a major discount on all past Unit Studies, and 2 brand new units included each month!
- Here are 19 Activities & Crafts for your Preschooler’s 5 Senses theme!
- Here’s a list of Books for your 5 Senses Unit Study.
- Check out this Fun 5 Senses Song for Preschoolers
5 Senses Activities & Crafts We’ve Done at the Moore Homestead:
- Sensory Spice Painting
- Texture Collage 5 Senses Process Art Activity
- Salt & Sugar Test Five Senses Activity
- 5 Senses Puppets (Free Printable)
- Jello Dig Sensory Activity
- Taste Test Survey Printable & Activity
- Scratch and Sniff Jello Name Activity
- 5 Senses Sorting Game Printable
- Jello Playdough
- Pickle Science Study
- Rainbow Sensory Noodles
- Pop Rocks Science Study
- Sound Jars Five Senses Activity
- 5 Senses Body Parts Match Activity
- Easy Sensory Bottles
- Optometrist Dramatic Play for Kids
For tips on planning your homeschool preschool year, check out this article.
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Five Senses Scavenger Hunt Printable for Kids
He was so proud of himself, even though he didn’t do any of the writing or drawing! He’s going through a phase where he thoroughly enjoys worksheets, but only if Mommy is filling them out for him! Ha!
He acts very official about following what’s next, but doesn’t pick up a pen the entire time! Silly monkey. I know this worksheet will come in handy over the next few years, as he begins to expand on his understanding of the five senses, and develops his writing skills.
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