Five Senses: Teachers
Learning Materials for the 5 Senses
Can You Taste With Your Ears? Learn about cross-modal perception in this PBS video
The Neuroscience of Taste – learn more from NOVA
Great videos to show your class about the 5 Senses from WatchKnowLearn.
Facts about the senses from Science Kids.
ReadWriteThink has lesson plans on the senses.
From Arizona State University, Sensing the World is a great site for learning and teaching about the five senses.
Resources for the Five Senses
Preschool activities on Senses. Or adjust them for kindergarten.
Ear diagram for your students to label. Search for others from this site.
5 Senses from Scholastic
Student and Teacher Activities – from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Hearing Disorders.
Arthur's Communication Adventure from PBS includes lesson plans, activity sheets, videos and teacher's guides designed to help children become more aware of ways children who are visually or hearing impaired learn, play, and enjoy the same things they do. Download Teacher's Guides Part One and Part Two.
Also from PBS Learning Media, find Five Senses lesson plans from Wild Kratts and Curious George.
Activities for the 5 Senses!
Senses activities – try all 5! From Neuroscience For Kids
Great, visually stimulating site for teacher to get lesson plans on all the senses. Ideal for early childhood. Includes story books and listening material ideas.
Paso Partners – Activities, lessons, ideas, experiments, stories – a great resource for your lessons on the senses.
Optical illusions – you'll love to share them with your class.
Super Senses from Nature and The Jelly Bean Test from Scientific American are great classroom activities.