THE FIVE SENSES

Gossett, C., et al. (1995). Los cinco sentidos. Fresno, CA:AIMS Education Foundation.
AIMS activity book. This Spanish title translated into English is The five senses; however, the text is written in English, and the reproducible activity pages are written in Spanish. This book is applicable for preschool-1. The introduction section includes a discussion of the logic behind the book's organization, and offers developmental information about how children assimilate new information, principally science. The book chapters provide children with a tour of the five senses through an examination of mathematics, social science, literature, and language. Each activity includes a materials list, and a lesson plan.
QP 434 .S46 1995

Byles, M. (1992). Experiment with senses. Ocala, FL:Action Publications.
A science book that examines the five senses; title also features science activities. Complicated science ideas are explained in uncomplicated language.
QP 434 .B95 1992

Carrol, J. A. (1987). Let's learn about magnificent me. Carthage, IL: Good Apple, Inc.
This title addresses the idea of self-concept. The text--accompanied by black and white reproducible graphics--is divided into sections such as "let's learn about our bodies," and "let's learn our name," and "let's learn about the five senses". The are also suggestions on how adults can best organize and plan activities.
QP 37 .C37 1987

Royston, A. (1993). The senses: a lift-the-flap body book. Hauppauge, NY:Barron's.
A series of interactive flip-the-flap pages address how children conceptualize themselves--set against a backdrop of the five senses. This book combines text and big colorful drawings, many of which have pull-down flaps.
QP 434 .R68 1993

 

Williamson, S. A. (1998). Fun with my 5 senses : activities to build learning readiness. Charlotte, Vt. : Williamson Pub. Co.
Early childhood education using senses. Activity programs of the five senses. "Hear! Hear! Music fun! The nose knows. I see it now! A closer look. Touch will tell." Beyond words -tumbling rhymes, clapping clues, nature sounds, phoney phones, music fun-sound patterns, freeze dance, drinking glass band, red-hot potato, round & round we go; the nose knows includes sniffles & sneezes, tastes great, flower power, a sniffing house tour, safety smells, summer scent walk, animalscents; I see it now includes wide-eyed nature walk, find that painting, the better to see you with, cloud characters, how many, fall leaf festival still life, color tag, etc.; also includes index to activities.
QP 434 .W44 1998

 

 

 

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