The Five Senses - Lesson 2: Sight
ACTIVITY: Blind Man's Bluff
Students count to five.
Two blindfolds; bean bag
- One child is blindfolded. The other children sit close together in a
circle on the floor.
- Spin the blindfolded person around three times, then release.
- The children clap hands to signal to the blinded student where they are.
- The blinded student finds another child and sits on the child's lap.
- The blinded student feels the child's face, shoulders, arms, hands, legs
and clothing. The blinded student tries to relate shape, size, and texture of the
mystery child's hair and facial features to those of a child she/he knows.
- The blind person tries to identify the child on whose lap he/she is
- Working in pairs, one student is blindfolded. The partner leads the
blindfolded student around the room.
- After being blindfolded, the students make a list of things heard, felt and
- Two students stand up and toss a bean bag back and forth counting to
- The two students are blindfolded. They try to catch the beanbag again.
- The activity is repeated without the blindfold.