My Five Senses (+ printable)... Simply by being thoughtful about what children touch, hear, see, and smell during a learning experience, we can turn an ordinary lesson into lasting memory.
Here's a fun, hands on way to learn all about the five senses in preschool. Use the My Five Senses Preschool Mini Book printable and some popcorn and let preschoolers observe and record all about their five senses.
FREE My Five Senses Book for kids to create, write, illustrate, and read themselves!
I Have Five Senses Song
Kitchen Scientist Requirement #1 - Have a mini taste test experiment.
My Five Senses and great blog! labeling the parts of our body we use to see, smell, taste, hear, and touch.
Texture collages are a great way for students with multiple disabilities to develop tactile discrimination and fine motor skills
My Five Senses labeling worksheet is a great way to formally assess your students and a great addition to your five senses unit! For more freebies and classroom idea, visit me at Beg, Borrow, Steal
Our Five Senses Craftivity
A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses