We all have five senses that help us better understand what is around us. We can see things with our eyes. This helps us react to what is around us. We can taste things with our tongue. This can tell us if something we are about to eat is good or bad for us. We can hear things with our ears. This allows us to react to things that we can't see clearly or at all. We can smell things with our nose. This helps us sense danger and react based on the things we smell. We can touch things with our body especially our fingers. This can help us better understand the detail of things. All of these things help us adjust to any change that the world can throw at us. It also helps us understand how to change things that are around us. We will explore the five human senses and which body parts are responsible for each particular sense.
These worksheets serve as an introduction to the concepts of the human senses. We begin by matching the body parts and organs that we use to survey our environment. The worksheets also expand to heightening our language arts skills by using these words in sentences. Students are then encouraged to write about their own experiences. We also have them draw things that they use their own sense through the course of a typical day. You can expand on the sheets that have students draw pictures. I would suggest having them write complete sentences that can expand their level of expression on this. We adjusted this section to allow students to advance into new realms with their use of these words. They were made for younger students that are learning senses for the first time.