In this file, I have real pictures for each of the five senses, smell, sight, hear, touch and taste.
Print out each picture, laminate and hang - using binder rings - from school fence, or post in different areas of the classroom.
Ask students questions like "what sense do you use for...."
popcorn, slide, cupcakes, books, music... and more.
When all of the students have found their desired answer, call on one student per sign and ask them why they chose the sense. Students will learn from each other, and you will be able to pick up on which students require more time with a specific sense or intervention.
This activity allows students to see that there isn't always one sense being used at a time, while gaining exercise and tapping into gross motor learning.
For my class, I use this as part of Teacher Directed PE, lasting about 5-10 minutes and running the length of a week (as we will target one sense per day).