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    Preschool Homeschool Curriculum: Five Senses Lesson Plan

    Five Senses Preschool Activities

    Objective: To learn about the five senses

    Message: The body has five senses. Eyes see. Ear hear. Mouths taste. Noses smell. Hands touch.


    • My Five Senses by Margaret Miller
    • My Five Senses by Aliki
    • My Five Senses by Gladys Rosa-Mendoza

    Fine Motor Skills:

    • Science pages 30
    • BPW pages 295-300
    • Five Senses (Smell, Taste, Hear, See, Touch)
    • Five Senses Worksheet (
    • My Five Senses (
    • Sort Out the Five Senses (
    • The Five Senses: Seeing (
    • Your Sense of Sight (
    • Sense of Smell (
    • Your Sense of Smell II (
    • The Five Senses: Smelling (
    • Your Sense of Taste (
    • Sense of Taste (
    • Things You Can Taste (
    • Sense of Hearing (
    • Your Sense of Touch (
    • Your Sense of Touch: Cold (
    • Your Five Senses: Matching 1 (
    • Your Five Senses: Matching 2 (
    • Your Five Senses: Matching 3 (
    • Your Five Senses: Matching 4 (
    • Your Five Senses: Matching 5 (

    Craft/Activity: Explore the world by focusing on one sense at a time.

    Cutting Practice: Cut page 55


    Big Preschool Workbook (P). 2014. School Zone Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0887431456
    DK Workbooks: Science, Pre-K. 2014. DK Publishing. 978-1-4654-1726-8
    Let’s Learn to Cut (2+). 2011. Spectrum Early Years. ISBN 978-1-60996-206-7

    Image Credits

    Five Senses Preschool Activities © 2015 Heather Johnson

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