Alright, this past summer when working at a summer camp I brought in a bunch of things thats the kids could either smell or touch and try to guess what it was. It worked out pretty well and took up a lot of time. When I did it I gave each itema difficulty because the children varied in age from 5-12. Now I am working at an afterschool program and I think I might suggest this to a group leader (I am only an assistant group leader and just got the job about a month ago). I am trying to show them that I can think of organzied games because it is better to keep the kids under control with planned activites. I was thinking about maybe making a game board out they can draw cards for which item they get to smell or touch and then they get to like roll a dice. However I don't know if this would be too hard with a group of say about 10-12 kids or so. Do you have any ideas/games that you have played? I was thinking about doing taste but its 4-6 year olds and dont wanna test food allergies. I might do sound now though, I'm not sure. I just thought that I could probably use a deck of cards and have each suit symbolize a certain sense or maybe have red be smell and black be touch. Ideas?