You will need the following for downloads: Word OR PDF, and Power Point
Taste - There is a activity worksheet with directions. (vocabulary: Taste, salty, bitter, sweet, sour, mouth/tongue).
Touch - There are directions on how to make your own "touch bag". Along with pictures and resources on where I got all my materials. (vocabulary: soft, smooth, bumpy, touch, etc.).
Sight - I spy game directions, I spy writing activity, I Spy bottle directions on how to make your own. (Vocabulary: Eyes/see/sight, various vocabulary).
Hear - Activity worksheet and power point included. You will have the children listen to a power point and match/glue the sounds they hear to their activity worksheet. (whole group or small group)
Smell - 3 different activity worksheets (scent match, good smell v. bad smell, school walk). Directions are included along with suggestions.
Let me know what you think!
**There are not actual written lesson plans, just materials that will allow you to make adjustments and plan for your unit/lesson**
I taught one of the five senses each day during a week and found books in the school library to introduce each sense. I also made a chart that had all of the five senses where the students would give me facts about what they learned that day (vocabulary words, facts, etc). I recommend looking for a five senses song as well to use, they absolutely love it.
Everything is now a PDF and a powerpoint.
Images may be copyright materials - found from Google search.