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This bundle of five senses worksheets contains 7 ready-to-use activities to teach students about the different senses, where we use specific senses and the names of each sense.
Five Senses: Names
Task to name the five senses using the call outs to form the correct words.
Five Senses: Sensory Organs
Task for students to name the five sensory organs using the jumbled letters and match it to the picture.
The Five Senses and The Sensory Organs
Match on the picture the five sensory organs.
Five Senses: Touch
Focuses on the touch organ. Students must circle things which can be touched.
Five Senses: Hearing
What can be heard and what cannot be heard? It’s up to the students to decide with this task!
Five Senses: Which Sensory Organ Will You Use?
Matching sensory organs with associated words.
Five Senses: Two or More senses at a time
Scenario based worksheet to establish situations where two sensory organs may be used.
After completing these solid, liquid and gas worksheets students will be able to:
- Differentiate between the different senses.
- Match the body part with the specific sense.
- Identify common scenarios where two senses may be used.
- Take a closer look at things which can be touched.
- Align specific senses with an action.
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum.If you need five senses worksheets for your classroom, you can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.