Check out these awesome Sense of Smell Worksheets for Preschool! This activity pack is 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 listening activity. You’ll have tons of fun learning about the 5 senses with these preschool printables. Get thinking about what things smell sweet vs. stinky. What are your favorite smells? Download your free worksheets to learn about the exciting sense of smell!
Free Sense of Smell Worksheets
First, get started with the activity pack by coloring in the Sense of Smell Coloring Sheet. Color each picture and say its name out loud. Color in a trash can, flower, perfume, soap, and raccoon. Next, build pre-writing skills in the Sense of Smell Tracing Sheet. Repetitive tracing builds muscle memory and hand strength. Be sure to say the sentences out loud. What is your favorite smell?
Sweet vs. Stinky
Next, have fun with numbers 1-5 in the Sense of Smell Puzzle. Match each number to its partner and discover the smell that will emerge from the puzzle! My favorite worksheet is coming next, The 5 Senses: Sweet vs. Stinky. Have your little ones cut and paste each object into its correct column. The sweet items are “flower”, “cookies”, “perfume”, and “soap”. The stinky items are “onions”, “trash”, “raccoon”, and “socks”. Finally, have fun with an additional sorting sheet. Get thinking about the differences between smelling and hearing. The best way to learn about the sense of smell is to get outside and use your nose!