This is a small bundle that includes 4 different activities for your children learning about their five senses. Below is a description of each.
5 Senses Posters:
These posters are a great supplement in teaching the 5 senses. There are two different versions included. The first one is the sense with a picture of a kid pointing to that sense, as well as a brief definition. The second set of the posters has the same heading and definition but shows various things that we do with that sense.
5 Senses Books:
These are a perfect addition to a literacy center during a five senses unit. Each flip book has 4 pictures that use the sense. Cut out the three pictures along the bottom and staple to the top of the half sheet for a quick and easy center. For the foldable books, just print, fold long ways, then fold in half again! Children can then color their books and read it when done
5 Senses Clip Cards:
This is the perfect clip card set for a unit on the five senses. There are 24 cards included. Children clip the sense on the right hand side that makes the most sense. As long as the child can explain their answer, I accept it! It is perfect for building confidence and learning how to explain answers. For example, the dog could be heard if it is barking or howling. It could also be touched if you pet it. I hope your class enjoys this fun activity!
5 Senses Sorting Activity:
This sorting activity is perfect for a pocket chart. Each of the 5 senses are included. Each sense has a header card with a picture clue and 8 different cards that focus on that sense. There are also 3 worksheets included to practice sorting. As long as children can explain why they chose a certain sense for the picture, I accept their answer. This is a great way for them to learn to start explaining their answers.