What you need you to bring
Feather sensory tub
Feather in a bottle
A diy feather brush
Resources you will use
Sight: see colourful feathers in sensory tub and in sensory bottle
Hearing: use of musical instrument and singing. Songs like five little ducks , ten little indians ,old macdonald .
Taste: a little tedious but try foods like chicken, turkey or duck. Or foods that beging with F: fruit, fish , fromage frais.
Touch: feel the feathers in the sensory tub, be tickled with the feathers.
Smell: go for a walk to look for birds and smells from all around
Art/craft: diy feather brush, make a feather crown
Messy play: painting with feathers
Role play: pretend to be birds or red Indians ( tap your hand over their mouth when they are making a noise and it will sound like the red Indian celebration action)
Explore & discover: where feathers are from, action and feel of feathers
Physical activity: actions to songs like five little ducks, ten little Indians , sing and dance with feathers.
Book club: books about feathers/birds
Follow up ideas- visit bird Avery / zoo, play some more with sensory tub and bottle. Add a penny to the sensory bottle and tip it upside down.