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Five Senses

Five Senses

SKP1. Students will describe objects in terms of the materials they are made of and their physical properties.

b. Uses senses to classify common objects, such as buttons or swatches of cloth, according to their physical attributes (color, size, shape, weight, texture buoyancy, flexibility).

GKIDS Performance Levels Assessment

Not Yet Demonstrated       Student does not classify common objects according
                                            to their attributes.

Meets                                  Student consistently classifies common objects
                                            according to their physical attributes.


Videos | Songs

Five Senses Song  rocio Sánchez García


Smart Exchange Lesson

Click on link below.

The Five Senses
You and Your Five 5 Senses Jiminy Cricket Walt Disney
16mm Film HD Hbvideos  Hbvideos


The Five Senses Song  Maryam Alatawne

The Five Senses | The Dr. Binocs Show | Learn Series For Kids    Peekaboo

5 Senses Sing-A-Long  Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching


Eyes! A 5 Senses Sing-Along  Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching

Five Senses Song- Ears and Hearing!    Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching

5 Senses Song- The sense of Taste!   Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching

A 5 Senses Sing-Along - Nose and Sense of Smell  Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching

5 Senses Song - Your Sense of Touch!    Mr. R.'s Songs for Teaching


Learn All About the Five Senses at www.turtlediary.com     Turtlediary


5 Senses  Armagan Citak


How do our senses help us?   HooplaKidz TV


5 Senses - A New Counting Song by Rock'n'Rainbow
from Let's Boogie - Music for kids by Howdytoons  Howdytoons


Senses Song Have Fun Teaching

Five 5 Senses Human Body- -Part 1-kindergarten,preschool,toddlers makemegenius


Five 5 Senses Human Body -Part 2 makemegenius

Learn Grade 1 - EVS - Our Sense Organs And Their Functions Standard  KidsClassroom


Five Senses Lesson for Grade 1 Kids | Learn About Your Five Senses  Turtlediary


Teaching Resources | Anchor Charts
 borrowed from
Mrs. Jessica Williamson



Students can use science journals to sort things that they can see, hear, smell, taste and touch. Mrs. Williamson also used a Five Sense Tree Map. Her Students each made their own tree map. They drew pictures of things they see, hear, etc.

 Another activity she used as a whole group was labeling the parts of our body we use to see,  smell, taste, hear, and touch. Then the students practiced labeling their own. 
Mrs Williamson has other activities that can found in her five sense mini unit.
Click the cover to check it out at Teachers Pay Teachers.

A Great book idea borrowed from Thank God It's First Grade's Blog
is My five Senses written by Aliki. She also has a free resource.
It is a flip book. Check it out on her site.

Sockhead Smith
Sockhead Smith has a great video- The Five Senses
that you can check out on youtube.com at this link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBUFJaz_j1I
He also has a new version. Check out his site and resources.

(SEE NEW VERSION at link on the left) http://sockheadsmith.com/downloads-2



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