My five senses include the sense of hearing. Which of these objects or animals makes a sound that you can hear? Circle those objects. Can you make the sound they make? Color away!
Our five senses include everything you can see. Circle the objects on this page that you can see (hint: everything on this page!). Color all the objects, including the pair of eyes.
We experience the world through our five senses. Take a look at these objects and circle the things you can smell. Do they smell good or bad? Color just the things you circled or all of the objects.
Here’s another one of the five senses – the sense of taste. I think this might be some people’s favorite sense! Look at the pictures and circle the items you can taste. What do they taste like?
The sense of touch is one of the five senses. We use our hands and all of our skin to touch and feel things. Which of these items can you touch? Describe how they feel. Color the pictures.
Need a five senses book that focuses on the body parts? This book has graphics of eyes, ears, a nose, a mouth, and a pair of hands. Read the page, trace the words on the primary writing lines, and color.
The adorable children in this five senses book show us how each sense is experienced (eating ice cream, for example – yum!). Kids read each sentence, trace the words, and color the pictures.
Here’s a bare and basic set of five senses vocabulary cards. Use these as an art project for the kids. They’d look great colored in crayons or colored pencils! Make your own borders, too.
With beautifully illustrated senses and bright backgrounds, you’ve got no reason not to adopt these five senses vocabulary cards into your five senses lessons or unit!
Each child in this set of five senses vocabulary cards is exemplifying a sense: listening to music, eating an ice cream cone, reading a book, petting a cat, smelling the flowers.
This set of five senses vocabulary cards has 3 parts per card. Cut into pieces and match. The colored borders are a dead give away, but fun just the same!
Kids get to cut, glue, and color with this my five senses worksheet! Cut out the names of the senses, match them to the objects that represent that sense, glue and color.
In this my five senses worksheet kids cut out the words hear, touch, smell, taste, and feel and glue them beneath the children who show that sense – eating ice cream, smelling flowers, petting a cat, and more!
In this my five senses worksheet kids look at the two pictures and match them to one of the senses. Cut out the words, match and glue. And of course, color (the best part!).
A little different from the other my five senses matching worksheets, kids cut out pictures of objects that go with one of the senses, match them to pictures of the senses, glue and color.
The words for the five senses are provided in the boxes, written all fancy! Kids color first then cut out the pictures of the objects and glue in the box with the correct sense.