Fireworks for Senses
The Phantom Tollbooth, Chapters 17 & 18
1. Craft – Bath Salts
2. Key Points – Science of Senses
4. Writing – Alphabetical Order
5. Math/Logic - Rounding
6. Genius Principle – Happy Accidents
7. Big Activity - Sense-o-Rama
8. Movement - Sightless Obstacle Course
our other senses
build challenges: sensory garden
Weekly teen hangouts in Santa Ana https://www.facebook.com/events/317560022131506/
Disneyland meetup: April 4 – Rhyme and Reason https://www.celebrationeducation.com/copy-of-theme
Field trips – Trips are currently being scheduled! New trips posted here: https://socalhomeschooladventures.com/product-category/field-trips/celebration-education-field-trips/
4/10 Celebration: Milo's Homecoming https://www.celebrationeducation.com/celebrations
Read through the fireworks and choose about five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.
Try out some of the do the meaningless tasks on 213. How long do you think it would take to complete these tasks?
Make a book or picture using different textured fabric (net, felt, fur) or other objects (sandpaper, buttons, cotton balls.)
Write about your experiences with food as a story with the title "Foods That Taste Better Than They Look" or about "Foods That Look Better Than They Taste."
Read and write in Braille.
Go on a nature walk. Observe using all of your senses (as possible). Write about and/or sketch your observations in your notebook.
Draw your own optical illusions.
Do some smells remind you of things that have happened before? Write about it.
Go on a smells scavenger hunt.
Go on a listening walk. Write down all the sounds you hear. Do you know what all the sounds are from?
Experiment with a tuning fork. What can you discover about sound vibrations?
Make a collage of pictures of people using their senses.
Do some Double Dare Addition: https://www.crayola.com/lesson-plans/double-dare-addition!-lesson-plan/
Make a collage or draw a picture of something in a way that would describe how something sounds, smells, tastes, or feels. Possibly make a representation of all five senses in one picture.
Create a Halloween poem, with five verses, one for each of the senses. Describe how your experience Halloween through these senses.
Pick out the patterns: https://www.crayola.com/lesson-plans/pick-out-the-patterns-lesson-plan/
Write a descriptive paragraph about a food. Describe it with all five senses.
Play some rounding games:
Make a diagram of an eye.
Gather about ten toys. Put these toys in alphabetical order.
List five adjectives you can use to describe yourself.
Write with a quill pen.
Find out how eyeglasses work and draw a diagram to illustrate it.
Make some inkblots.
Read and write in Braille.
Remove the labels from five different baby food flavors. Scramble the jars and taste the food. Can you tell which flavor is which?
Buy or make three different kinds of popcorn. Hold a taste test. Which popcorn do people like best? Graph your results.