This adapted book focuses on the five senses and how we experience the winter season through them. This is an errorless book as students make choices based on their preferences - all answers are right! Includes both print and digital books.The teacher or student reads the short paragraph and then
In this Winter Emergent Reader, we've taken some of our favorite winter art and paired with repetitive text that reads, "I see/ I hear/ I smell/ I taste/ I touch __________". There are two items for each of the five senses, for a total of eleven pages, including the cover.
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Use this graphic organizer to teach students about the five senses. Teach students winter vocabulary, review/teach the five senses, and then take students outside to experience the five senses of winter, while completing this organizer (maybe they can do the "taste" part inside!)!
Winter is a "sense-ational" time to teach and investigate our five senses! In this unit the children will have fun exploring the sights, sounds, smell, tastes, and textures that wintertime brings. The objective is for children to understand the concept of how important each of their five senses a
In this Winter Five Senses Activity, students will describe Winter with their five senses. As a group, you will go over the five senses and how they relate to Winter using the Winter Anchor Chart Activity. Then, students will create their own Winter Flap Book. The flap book is provided in 2 versions
This resource contains a poem template and a mini-book for writing about Winter using the five senses! An 8.5"x22" poster is included to display these works of art! Great exercise for learning to be descriptive writers and write using our senses! ⭐Follow me by clicking HERE! You'll love the FLASH FR
WINTER WRITING PROMPTS - This collection of printables allows teachers to motivate and inspire young writers to use their own 5 senses to come up with words that describe the things they hear, see, smell, touch and taste in the Winter. It comes with teacher notes on how to use the sheets with variat
Winter 5 senses activity to add to your winter lesson repertoire! ❄ Students will write and/or draw what they see, smell, hear, taste and can touch during the winter season ❄***This file includes both English and French versions!***If you download this FREE product, please take a second to leave fee
To celebrate winter, I like to have my ELL students use their five senses to describe the season. We usually take a walk outside and each student has a graphic organizer, pencil, and clipboard with them. My students will either draw pictures, write words, phrases or sentences to complete their graph
Tap into the 5 senses in all 4 seasons! Winter features 2 shape outlines including a hot cocoa mug and polar bear. All of these are offered with a frame or without. If you are looking for more options, consider purchasing the bundle of all 4 seasons!
As you explore the five senses throughout your winter learning, create snowman crafts to make connections to the body parts and senses. Create crafts during your whole-group science lesson or science center activities.Instructions and Contents:Page 1: head, middle body, snowflake(Note that students
This PowerPoint has everything you need to do a short haiku poetry unit with your class.
- This particular PowerPoint focuses on haikus about winter, but you could easily modify it to be about another season or event.
- The first slides explain what haikus are and provide examples of haikus.
Explore the five senses while reading "Bear Snores On" by; Karma Wilson. This writing activity will allow your students to write and illustrate their favorite things they recall from the story. This can also be used to write and illustrate other wonderful things about Winter using the five senses.
If you liked my fall five senses poem...you'll love these too! A short, simple poem that makes a beautiful display of your children's visions, sounds, smells, and tastes of winter (& Christmas - a perfect opportunity for students to share their unique family traditions).
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Students can review the five senses with this adapted book. After the review, students can engage in an interactive Winter story using the five senses. There are questions at the end to test comprehension. This is a great deck for distance learning with audio included throughout.What are Boom Cards?
Digital and Printable! Use the 5 senses to observe signs of the winter season and illustrate a book. Students insert a photo or drawing to show what they see, hear, taste, smell, and touch and feel in the winter. 10 pages include text with common seasonal changes, and 5 slides are editable to add cu
Thematic unit includes:
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- Weekly Developmental Goal
- 5 days (2 pages / day) of hands-on developmentally appropriate activities for all learning areas (Math, Science, Circle Time, Transitions, Dramatic Play area, Fingerplays, Cooking Ideas, Game Play) on The Five Senses.
Have you tried Boom Learning in your Science Classroom yet? Now you can use this set of 16 5 Senses of Winter Cards in digital format on Boom Learning℠ with your students! No printing, cutting, or laminating, just assign the decks to your students and you are ready to go. Students get immediate feed
Have your students write their own 5 W's or 5 Senses Poems with this Christmas Tree craft. This craftivity will go great with your poetry writing unit or just as a fun holiday activity. These Christmas trees will look great on a classroom or hallway bulletin board display.A W's poem is a five-line p
Have your students write their own 5 W's or 5 Senses Poems with this Winter hot cocoa craft. This craftivity will go great with your poetry writing unit or just as a fun holiday activity. These hot chocolate mugs would look great on a classroom or hallway bulletin board display.A W's poem is a five-
Time to review the five senses this winter with your kindergarten and first graders. . Use this pack with your littles to practice categorizing the different pictures that represent one of the five senses. Time for digital and remote learning for your little kindergarten and first graders! Not only
Students can write and draw about what they see, hear, feel, smell and can touch in the winter, either on their own or with labeled visual ideas given by the teacher. Students can use the last line to write a brief sentence about their work or the winter.
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Students can explore Winter with their five senses! This product includes:
1. Winter walk description (inside or outside)
2. Teacher anchor chart materials (I sense Winter)
3. Differentiated student graphic organizer for the five senses they recognized on the Winter walk (plain lines)