A fun lesson in vocabulary to use to extend your five senses unit. Hold up a picture card and have students find on their BINGO board the matching sense. (Ex: hold up the picture of the moon and students will answer with "sight". Hold up a picture of pizza and students will answer "taste". You could have students answer by the primary sense or allow them to answer with any sense that is appropriate. For example we can see and taste pizza so either sight or taste is appropriate. How you play is up to you) Students will love this interactive game. My students love Bingo games and it is a fun and easy way to differentiate learning in my Special Education classroom. Great for students with Autism or developmental disabilities. Set includes 16 Bingo boards (all different) and one set of calling cards.
For Sight: Rainbow, star, fog, and moon are all things we can see
For Hearing: thunder, trumpet, music, siren, noise are all things we can hear
For smell: flower, perfume, and smoke are all things we can smell
For taste: pizza, ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, chicken nugges, chocolate milk are all things we can taste
For touch: sandpaper, something hot, and something cold are all things we can feel.
I would suggest printing, cutting and laminating the Bingo boards for durability.
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