Lower Elementary
Cross-Curricular

Five Senses: Touch, Smell, Taste, Sight, & Sound

For this particular age group, the five senses should be delivered in an engaging (interactive) manner; therefore, teachers should consider creative way to deliver lessons. This collection is full of active videos, lessons and activities to keep young minds focused and eager to learn more.
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Five Senses: Touch, Smell, Taste, Sight, & Sound
  • Geanice Gee says:
    This animated YouTube video introduces students to the five senses; the host of the video is a very interesting character that will engage the students through its appearance as well as through its actions and what it says. In fact, the host provides the viewer with additional information, which pertains to history and the five senses; this video will surely gain the attention of your students.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    A YouTube short animated video that will be engaging to young students. In this video, the narrator guides the students through an interactive lesson. For example, the viewer sees and hears a brown dog barking. In fact, the narrator defines key terms such as the word deaf and the word blind; an arrow is used to point at different body parts such as the eyes and the nose and then the narrator tells the viewer what each is used for.
  • educationworld.com
    educationworld.com

    Ten Activities for Teaching the Five Senses

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    Geanice Gee says:
    Teachers are provided with 10 activities for teaching the five senses. In fact, these activities are creative ways to introduce the five senses to young minds, which will help the students retain the information while having fun at the same time.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    A nine page PDF guide for grades K-2 that includes links to articles for kids pertaining to the five senses along with discussion questions, and activities to help students learn and identity their senses. Some of the discussion questions include: what can we do with our senses, why do we need our senses and how can our senses keep us safe?
  • Geanice Gee says:
    Teachers are provided with different strategies for delivering a lesson on the five senses; even though the lesson is geared toward substitute teachers, it can be a resource for any teacher. With this lesson, teachers will be able to engage the students through interactive activities that will introduce them to their five senses while exploring the world around them.