How do you explore the 5 senses with your kiddos? The five senses are a super fun biology lesson that is popular with young kiddos. We have created some fun google slides for exploring the five senses along with several great hands-on activities you can set up in the home or classroom. Bonus, free mini-game to add to your distance learning lesson plans or to a 5 senses activity table in your classroom!

5 SENSES ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL

GOOGLE SLIDES IDEAS FOR PRESCHOOL

Learning with google slides isn’t just for home schooling, and it sounds like teachers will be using them once they get back to the classrooms too! We have come up with some fun preschool theme google slides, which offer simple mini-games to explore different science concepts.

These 5 senses google slides activities and printables are perfect for kids in Pre-K, Kindergarten and even 1st Grade. Any kiddo who needs a refresher will benefit as well!

What are the 5 senses? Explore taste, touch, sight, sound, and smell using a combination of google slides and fun printable activities. You’ll also find options below for hands-on activities to round out your 5 senses activities!

5 SENSES GOOGLE SLIDES

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

  • 5 Mini Google Slides Games for the 5 senses.
  • Each game reviews the 5 senses in fun ways!
  • PDFs of each game.
  • How To Use Google Slides Information Sheet.
  • Additional 5 Senses Printable Activities include sorting, coloring, a mini-book, and more!

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NEW TO GOOGLE SLIDES? TRY A FREE GOOGLE SLIDES MINI GAME

Would you like to check out a google slides mini-game to see what you think? Click here or on the image below!

MORE FUN PRESCHOOL THEMES

FUN WITH 5 SENSES PRESCHOOL GOOGLE SLIDES

Click on the image below or on the link for more awesome science activities for kids.

Preschool science experiments and activities that last well into kindergarten science and early elementary science for kids ages 3-9. Classic science activities that kids love and you will find easy and inexpensive to set up. Simple science information to share with young kids sparks curiosity every time you repeat an experiment.