Sensory Worksheets for Kids
In this five senses learning exercise, students read (or have a parent read) 20 sentences that pertain to hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting or touching. Students complete each sentence with the best word from 5 choices.
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The Stolen Smell
Some smells are better than others! Explore your sense of smell with a series of activities based on the Peruvian folktale, The Stolen Smell. With exercises about phonics, counting, cooking, art, and drama, the lesson is a well-rounded...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Human Body Series - The Five Senses
Get your class up and moving with these engaging hands-on-activities that target their five senses. Children explore four different work stations that require them to look, smell, hear, touch, and taste as they record their responses...
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Adding Written Detail: Using Jane Yolen’s Owl Moon as a Mentor Text
Access your senses with a worksheet on sensory language. Based on Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, the worksheet prompts kids to find examples of each of the five senses, as well as phrases for inner emotion.
1st - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Plant Parts We Eat
I bet the kids in your class will love to eat their vegetables after an engaging lesson about edible plants. They read information about vegetables and edible plants, sort vocabulary words, identify plant parts, measure and graph the...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed