Five senses activity for preschool and kindergarten - The Measured Mom
Get this free five senses pocket chart activity for learning about the five senses in preschool and kindergarten!
We just finished our Five Senses unit. I absolutely LOVED teaching the kiddos about their five senses. They loved learning about it too! It's a long post, sorry, but worth the read for a wealth of activities to try in your classroom. I always to make sure to incorporate reading in each lesson. We read on the carpet with my students all gathered around my rocking chair. It's a time of the day that they all enjoy. Here are some books about the five senses that I read with this unit (and…
Human Body Printables for Kids
My son loves learning about the human body so we've jumped right into learning about the body with these cool human body printables for kids.
Owl Craft for Preschool Students
When it comes to owls, they are very interesting creatures! Who here has seen an owl? If you have seen one, you must likely were up late as owl are nocturnal. Nocturnal means it is an animal that sl
Trace the color words and color the hearts Coloring Page
Trace the color words and color the hearts coloring page that you can customize and print for kids.
Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities
AMPLIFYING your ESL instruction is all about increasing comprehensible input for your students. In other words, ELLs learn best when you u...
I am Thankful for My Hands (Primary Manual 1, Lesson 17)
Sunbeam Lesson 17: I am Thankful for My Hands We had a lot of fun today! We talked about our hands and everything they can do and feel. On half a piece of cardstock (landscape) I typed My Hands Can Feel Many Things! at the bottom and on the other side I typed My hands are unique! I cut the sheet in half. During class I traced their hands on each of the pieces. On the paper that talked about feeling things we glued things they could touch/feel. I just searched the house to find things I…
Sense of Touch Texture Activity
Print and cut our this hand on construction paper or cardstock! Use any items you'd like to learn about different textures.I used the following:soft - piece of a cotton ballsmooth - wax paperrough - sandpaperhard - button (could use pasta, bead, etc.)bumpy - drawer liner **This product is a digital...