This is a perfect board game to use for a science lesson on the five senses. Similar to many children's board games, my game requires use of any token available in your classroom. Using a token, students can practice attending skills and turn-taking to play this game. Students move the token and land on a picture indicating one of the five senses.
Students can verbally indicate the sense being depicted or indicate which sense is being used through the use of larger flashcards you may have in your classroom. For those who are working on identifying body parts related to senses, you can most certainly use pictures of each body part and have your students indicate what body part is utilized for the picture (e.g., picture of child reading a book - child points to eyes flashcard). The possibilities are endless, depending on the skill level of your students. Either way, this is a perfect method to familiarize your students with the five senses.
I have included 2 versions of the game. They can be played in one sitting or on separate occasions.
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**Use of Sparklebox.co.uk for the blank game board template.