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Pay attention with your senses

Sensory Activity
Ask each member to create a chart on a piece of paper listing the senses. See the example below:

See

Smell

Hear

Feel

Taste

Trees

Flowers

Car engines

Wind on my face

Salty snacks

Concrete

Smoke from an exhaust

Birds

Heat of the sun

Water

Kids

Pine

Dog barking

Sprinkling of rain

Bitterness


Take the group for a walk outside and ask members to write down what they see, smell, hear, feel and taste. At the conclusion of the walk, gather everyone to share. Use the reflection questions below to lead discussion.

Which sense did you use the most?
Which sense did you use the least?
How do senses work together to help us perceive our world?
How would you cope if one sense was taken away?

For more sensory resources check out 6 Crafts for Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

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