The Five Senses

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Your learners engage their five senses every day without knowing it. Help them identify their experiences and extend their understanding with a month full of lessons designed for the five senses. Kids focus on a different sense every week, reading books, creating projects, and stimulating their senses.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Set up several stations during a learning period, rotating small groups or pairs of kids through each station
  • Use in a class for kids with sensory processing problems
Classroom Considerations

  • The curriculum guide groups the senses of smell and taste together in the same week
  • The activities are organized into centers, with a few learners working in each center at a time
Pros

  • Each week's lessons feature engaging, hands-on activities
  • Provides a list of recommended books for a month focused on the five senses, complete with vocabulary words and comprehension questions for each book
  • Activities include elements of math, science, language arts, and social studies
Cons

  • None