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My Five Senses

Activities for K and 1st to explore their five senses.
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Sense of Hearing

Jump into science with a lesson in our sense of hearing with this coloring page that asks kids to color the pictures of things they can hear.

5 Senses: Sight Matching

This worksheet can help your kindergartener associate words with specific types of sights, such as bright, dark and shiny.

Using Your Five Senses

This cute printout keeps learning fun for your child as he thinks about his senses and checks off which ones he'd use to interact with each object pictured.

Using the Five Senses

Help your child get a sense of the five senses with this worksheet. Kids will choose which senses they use when they meet a skunk and more.

Sort Out the Five Senses

Help your kindergartener make sense of the five senses with this matching worksheet. He'll connect each sense with the picture that goes with it.

Learning the Five Senses

Get your child thinking about the five senses with this colorful worksheet, which gets him to consider taste, touch, sight, sound and hearing.

5 Senses: Taste Matching

As your kindergarten kid learns the five senses, use this worksheet to help her associate new words with different tastes.

5 Senses: Touch Matching

As your kindergartener learns the five senses in school, give her a bit of extra practice at home with this worksheet about the sense of touch.

5 Senses: Ear Maze

Learn about hearing and ear anatomy while doing an ear maze! Kindergarteners learn about the five senses, so challenge your child with fun stuff like this!

Your Five Senses: Matching 3

Get your child thinking about the five senses with this matching worksheet that gets her to consider taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing.

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