Check out these awesome Sense of Sound 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 listening activity. You’ll have tons of fun learning about the 5 senses with these preschool printables. Get thinking about what things are loud and what things are quiet. What are your favorite sounds? Print your free worksheets to learn about the exciting sense of sound!
Free Sense of Sound Worksheets
First, get started with markers and crayons in two Sense of Sound Coloring Pages. Color each picture and say its name out loud. Color in a puppy dog, trumpet, alarm clock, ambulance, and stereo. How many ears do we have? What things around the room make noise? Head to the Sense of Sight to learn about another exciting sense!
LOUD vs. quiet…
My favorite worksheet is coming next, The 5 Senses Loud VS. Quiet Sorting Sheet. Have your little ones cut and paste each object into its correct column. The loud items are “trumpet”, “stereo”, “ambulance”, and “alarm clock”. The quiet items are “candle”, “gold fish”, “rabbit”, and “butterfly”. Next, have fun with a Listening Scavenger Hunt. Put a check next to each thing you hear! Use this worksheet as a jumping off point to talk about all the sounds you hear inside and outside.
Sound Activities for Preschool
Build fine motor skills with a Sense of Sound Puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page, then match each number to its same partner. Discover, “What’s making that noise?”. Finally, have fun tracing the words in the Sense of Sound Tracing Sheet. Read the sentences out loud for your little ones. What sound does the dog make?
Sense of Sound Theme
There are so many awesome activities you can do to go with your sense of sound theme. Making your own instrument is a great way to make the sound yourself! One of my favorite ideas is to make your own rain stick. This is a great activity to build fine motor skills and has your little ones interacting with all kins of different crafting supplies.
Play the “Can You Guess That Sound?” game! I LOVE this game! Start by having your little ones listen to a few sounds. This can be different instruments, or just a few sounds like shuffling papers/ opening and closing the door. Have everyone close their eyes, and make one sound. Who can guess what the sound was? Have each person take a turn to make a sound, have everyone else guess!
Sense of Sound Books for Preschool
Read these great sense of sound books for preschool! Read “Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?” and “In the Quiet Noisy Woods”. Be sure to head outside after reading the books to see what you can hear! Have fun imitating animal sounds, or sounds of nature!