Five Senses Worksheets To Print:
DRAW Me A Path - Your five senses are the way that you interact with the world. Draw a line from each sense to the matching body part.
This Part, That Part - What do all the parts on your face do? We also take a look at the fingers on your hand.
What Would You Use? - Which sense would be most used in each situation? As you will notice, we use multiple senses at once often in our lives.
My Experience - Which of your senses can you use to experience each item? Write each sense you would use on the line.
Color Sense - Color according to the key. You will label body parts and what or how they help us detect our environment.
See What You Feel... - Use your five senses to draw pictures. You can get very creative with this one.
Picture This! - Draw a line that matches each sense with the correct picture. What actions are taking place?
Interacting With The World - As you use each part of the body, color the picture. You will complete sentences to make complete use of your thoughts.
Organs - Some are organs and some are biologically just tissues. You will cover the basics and then get a little imaginative with it.
Body Parts - Match each sense to the correct body part. This is a quick worksheet.
My Perception - Draw a picture of something that you can perceive with each of the senses. I would recommend checking what students are coming up with. They will often ignore the directions and just write words.
In My Class... - Describe your classroom. Write a sentence for each of the five senses.
Sentence Matcher - Match each sentence to the correct body part. Take your time with this one. In some cases, there is one best option.
1 Setting - Choose one of the settings provided and circle it. Then, for each of the five senses, write down as many adjectives, adverbs and/or descriptive verbs that apply to that setting as you can think of.