The 5 Senses Math Activities

Learning about the 5 senses is an exciting¬†thematic unit for young learners as they¬†are curious about the world around them and use their senses to explore and learn. These 5 Senses Math Activities are a great way to develop young learners’ fine motor, counting, sharing and addition skills.

The 5 Senses Math Activities

Activity 1: Sharing equally

Share the raisins evenly: Give each child a handful of raisins. Ask them to divide the raisins evenly into first two groups and then 4. Show them how to put one raisin in the first square and then one in the next. One back in the first and then one in the next. Continue until all raisins are done.

Activity 2: Numbers Coloring

The teacher shows the children how to count the pictures by crossing a line through each. Then find the numeral and color it the same color as the pictures.

The 5 Senses Printables & Activities
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Activity 3: Patterns and Pictograph

Activity 4: Addition

Show the children how to count on their fingers. Then show them how to add two groups of objects. Complete the activity sheet.

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5 Senses Activities
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