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5 Senses School Clipart

80 x OUR 5 SENSES CLIPART IMAGES 
(40 colour / 40 black and white) 

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5 Senses Clipart Suggestions for Use (taken from 5 Senses Words)


  • Classify words into the 5 different senses categories - use the 'see','hear','touch','taste','smell' word cards as category labels.

  • Use the word cards to label different objects around the room eg.... place the 'soft' card on the pillows etc...

  • Use with concept book 'I Have 5 Senses'

  • Make up some sentence strips - The _______________ feels ________________. The ______________ looks _______________.

  • Brainstorm and list all the things with certain characteristics - eg. Things which feel sticky.... Things which taste salty......

  • Make up a class book 'What feels soft?' Each child is given the strip - 'A ___________feels soft' and draws and writes a page for the book. (We will try and pop a concept book up for this soon!)

  • Play a game of 5 senses 'What am I?' - Use the words to describe an object - I look ___________, I taste ___________, I feel ____________, I smell ________________, I sound _________

  • Please share how you have / would use this resource in the COMMENTS section below...


 

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