The five senses we as humans have are sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. When discussing these senses with students it can be fun to focus on each sense via this Mr. Potato Head template!
Five Senses Theme
Our five senses are a big part of our day-to-day lives and can be very exciting for a preschool to discuss. Whether learning about tasting, touching, smelling, hearing, or feeling/touching it turns our everyday sensations into something extra-fun!
These free worksheets are a fantastic way to help introduce the concepts of the five senses to your preschooler students!
These free posters discuss the five senses! They will make a great addition to your classroom and can be used during a teaching segment about the five senses or simply kept-up to help remind students what the five senses are.
Here at Christ the Rock Preschool in Rockford, Illinois we have been learning about the five senses! The five senses are of course seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching. Our students had a fantastic time at our learning centers we created for the five senses and learning about how these senses of ours work!
Ted Williams students learned all about their five senses this week! Students participated in a variety of activities involving taste, smell, sight, sound, and touch. They tasted a variety of foods, smelled many different scents, touched so many different objects, and had so much fun learning about their senses!
This sorting activity is a stellar addition to any unit about the five sense or which is, “All about me.”