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Arts & Crafts: Senses


Sweet Smelling Art added 3-23-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Scented Extract, Playdoh

Directions: For a special sensory experience, add a few drops of peppermint, lemon or vanilla to your play dough.


Paint  added 3-23-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Paint, extract or perfume

Directions: Add a few drops of peppermint or perfume to your paint.


Marker Art  added 3-23-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Scented Markers/ Crayons, paper

Directions: Have children draw pictures with scented markers or scented crayons. Encourage them to exchange pictures and compare scents. encourage children to discuss the "smells" of their markers or crayons.


Stop and Smell the Flowers added 3-23-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Baking cups, markers, glue, paper, cotton, cologne

Directions: Have your children make flowers by coloring baking cups with markers and gluing on construction paper stems and leaves? Spray cotton balls with cologne or air freshener, and have the children glue a fragrant cotton ball to the center of each "blossom." When the flowers are dry, display them on the wall or a bulletin board and invite visitors to "stop and smell the flowers."


Spice Rack added 9-14-04 Submitted By: Desiree Hernando

Need: 5 spices, paper, glue

Directions: You need 5 spices. Anything that has a strong texture and smell. Draw on a sheet of paper the outline of a spice holder. Have children smell the spices taste them and sprinkle them on to glue on the paper to make a spice rack.


 

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