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Preschool Science The 5 Senses Worksheets

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  • 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.

  • Senses and Feelings

    Quiz your kindergartener on feelings and the five senses with this cute picture test.

  • My Five Senses Match-Up

    Kids think critically about how they use their senses with this simple matching sheet.

  • Hot or Cold?

    Which objects are hot, and which ones are cold? Can your preschooler tell the difference?

  • Your Five Senses: Matching 1

    We use our ears to hear, mouth to taste, eyes to see, hands to touch and nose to smell, match pictures to the corresponding sense on this cute worksheet.

  • 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.

  • Things You Can Taste

    Kids color just the things they can taste on this kindergarten science worksheet.

  • The Five Senses: Smelling

    Get your kindergartener to stop and smell the roses with this coloring page that gets him thinking about his sense of smell.

  • The Five Senses!

    In this worksheet, your child will check off which of the five senses he'd use to interact with each object pictured.

  • Your Sense of Taste

    This colorful worksheet will get your child excited about the five senses and thinking about his sense of taste and drawing food he likes.

  • Your Sense of Sight

    Explore your sense of sight with this fun worksheet.

  • Your Five Senses: Matching 5

    Full of colorful images, this worksheet helps your kid think about the five senses. He'll have fun matching objects with the sense he thinks fits the best.

  • Your Sense of Touch

    This colorful worksheet is great to get your child thinking about the five senses, like the sense of touch as she draws and talks to you.

  • The Five Senses: Seeing

    Help your child learn what he we use our eyes for with this observation activity.

  • Sense of Smell

    This color worksheet will get your child thinking about the five senses, like the sense of smell. He'll draw and explore while you talk together.

  • 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.

  • Sense of Sight

    There's still plenty more to see with this follow-up worksheet to 'Your Sense of Sight'.

  • Your Sense of Hearing

    Hear ye, hear ye! This worksheet is guaranteed to help your child learn about his sense of hearing.

  • Your Five Senses: Matching 4

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

  • Your Sense of Smell II

    This color worksheet is a visual way to get your child thinking about the five senses. She can draw and explore the idea of how things smell.

  • Your Sense of Touch: Cold

    This colorful worksheet is great to get your child thinking about the five senses, like the sense of touch as he draws and talks to you.

  • Your Sense of Hearing Too

    If you think your child has trouble listening, perhaps this worksheet on your sense of hearing will do some good

  • 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.

  • Your Five Senses: Matching 2

    With great colorful images this worksheet, is fun for young learners. Kids will match up each of the five senses with a corresponding picture.

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