What you will need:
- Scarf for blindfolding
- Various objects to touch, smell and taste
Challenge your child's senses by blindfolding him/her and giving them objects to identify using their sense of touch, smell and taste. Very young children (or children who object to being blindfolded) can simply close their eyes. Start with something easy such as a banana or cracker. You can also try this using nonfood items (a feather or a favourite toy), and be prepared to take a turn at the challenge yourself.
Courtesy of "The Toddler's Busy Book" by Trish Kuffner