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Sense of Sight Worksheets for Preschool

Check out these awesome Sense of Sight Worksheets for Preschool! These worksheets are great for building fine motor skills, learning new vocabulary words, and boosting creativity! Practice cutting and pasting, tracing, and even get outside for a fun scavenger hunt. You’ll have tons of fun learning about the 5 senses with these preschool printables. Get thinking about different colors and what can be seen with our eyes. Print your free worksheets to learn about the exciting sense of sight!

Sense of Sight Worksheets
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Free Sense of Sight Worksheets

First, get started with two Sense of Sight Coloring Pages. Color each picture and say its name out loud. Color in stars, a book, a friend, a rainbow, and a basketball. Use marker and crayons to fill your pages with colors! Talk about what things you see around the room. Head to the Sense of Touch to learn about an another exciting sense!

Sight Coloring Page
Eye Coloring Page

The 5 Senses Worksheets

Next, have fun with a Color Identification Worksheet. Have your little ones walk around the room and draw one thing that they see that is the same color as indicated in each circle. Next, have fun with a Sight Scavenger Hunt. Search for some thing yellow, something round, 5 rocks, 3 brown leaves, and more. Put a check next to each thing you see! Use this worksheet as a jumping off point to talk about all the things you see inside and outside.

Color Activity Sheet
Sight Scavenger Hunt

Sense of Sight Activities for Preschool

Next, build pre-writing skills in the Sense of Sight Tracing Sheet. Repetitive tracing builds muscle memory and hand strength. Be sure to say the sentences out loud. Color in the pictures with markers or crayons. Finally, have fun with a Sense of Sight Puzzle! Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page, then glue each one to its matching number. What do you see on the horizon?

Sense of Sight Tracing Sheet
Sense of Sight Puzzle

Sight Games and Crafts

There are so many fun activities to engage with that celebrate the sense of sight! Memory Games are a great way use the eyes and brain. Check out a few printable memory games that you can cut and laminate to use at home or in the classroom.

Obviously, heading outside is a great way to use the sense of sight. This can be as simple as talking a walk through the neighborhood. Point out the things you see, their colors and their shapes. Heading somewhere new for the first time can also be super fun! Head to your local children’s museum or zoo. Head to a ballet to see the dancers movement and beautiful sets!

Making a craft is another great way to use your sense of sight. Engage with different colors and shapes. The Rocket Ship Craft is a super fun craft that deals with shapes and colors! Have fun with streamers and stickers for an added fine motor boost! What other things do you see in the sky?

Sense of Sight Books for Preschool

Now, get reading these great sense of sight books! Read “All the Colors That I See” (a book about God’s beautiful creation) and “Flashlight”. There are no words in “Flashlight” and it is a great book because you have to use your eyes to see what’s in the dark!

"All the Colors that I See"

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We hope you enjoyed these Sense of Sight Worksheets for Preschool! Be sure to check out All 5 Senses for more fun! Head to the Preschool Printable Library for tons of exciting learning! Print crafts, worksheets, and activities.

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