We will be working quite a bit on the 5 senses next year with our new science curriculum, Hands-on Science, next year and I like to be prepared. The curriculum does not come with the necessary equipment we’ll require to do the experiments, so making a list like this has become mandatory for me. I like planning ahead and this is the perfect way to do it. The files listed below are all 100 % free.
In this post I’m sharing some of the culminating activities we did to wrap up our five senses unit, including a sorting activity and a book making activity. Below, you’ll find links to free five senses printables so you can do these activities as well.
Popcorn! A Five Senses Mini-Unit from A Primary Owl on Teachers Pay Teachers
This one day mini-unit is a perfect way to end your study of the Five Senses. It contains a great graphic organizer, an original poem to teach your students about popcorn, and a “Three Reasons Why” writing prompt. I also included a word sort for your pocket chart with adjectives about popcorn.