Follow a trail with activities to challenge different senses along the way. GGNZ Pippin Outdoors 7- Do a Burma trail outdoors using different senses
Added by the GGNZ National Programme Team
Hearing - small containers with rice, marbles, toothpicks, small stones inside
Smell - different herbs to smell, cinnamon, thyme, coffee, vanilla etc
Touch - plastic animals, bucket, corn flour and water mixture, towel
Taste - selection of fruit to taste
Sight - kitchen items such as wooden spoon, grater, peeler, lemon squeezer, spatula, whisk, measuring spoon, tea towel etc
Tie the rope through the trees or around the outside space. Have bases of different senses along the trail.
Hearing - plastic eggs with rice, marbles, toothpicks, small stones, shake the eggs to discover what is inside. . You could have two eggs with each sound in them for the pippin to match the two that are the same or have a tray with a marble, rice, toothpick, stone on it for girls to choose what is making the sound they hear.
Smell – Have a selection of different herbs and spices for girls to sniff – cinnamon, thyme, coffee, vanilla etc
Touch – Have a bucket of plastic animals or toys. Fill the bucket with cornflour and water that the girls have to reach into to find the animals. Have a bucket of water and a towel handy for cleaning up.
Taste- have a selection of fruit to taste, apple, pear – serve a variety of different apple and pear varieties. Do all apples taste the same? Which is your favourite?
Sight – hide a variety of kitchen items in a tree for the Pippins to spot and identify – wooden spoon, grater, peeler, lemon squeezer, spatula, whisk, measuring spoon, tea towel etc. Can they find them all?