My five senses

por | 03/04/2019 | El Patio Interior, Idiomas, Infantil

We would like to share with you how we integrate the contents of the English subject in year 4, groups A and B: Our five senses allow us to enjoy the world around us the taste of our food, the sound of music, the beauty of a sunrise, the softness of a cat’s fur, and the fragrance of a fruit. Children may recognize the importance of their senses.

Desde las clases de 4 años A y B queremos mostraros el trabajo que realizamos desde el área de inglés en el que relacionamos los contenidos de inglés con el proyecto sobre los cinco sentidos relacionándolo con contenidos vistos en este trimestre y que ahora aprovechamos a modo de repaso y de forma integrada en este nuevo proyecto de Con mis cinco sentidos (animales, colores, frutas y formas…).

These months we have created and gathered a multitude of games, activities, to help your child learn about each of the five senses.

Estos meses hemos realizado multitud de juegos y actividades para trabajar los cinco sentidos de manera significativa y situacional, con el fin de que experimentaran y sintieran con los cinco sentidos.

Learning objectives

They will experiment with animals sound, guessing what’s inside a «feely» bag by using touch, investigating to find out why they can taste different cian of fruits , and much more.

Guiding questions

Who Am I?
What´s Missing?
What is this?
Soft/ rought
Colours
Animals
Suit/bitter

Activities

  1. The Sense of hearing
    Guessing animals sounds
  2. The Sense of Touch
    Activities Surprise Bag: Place several familiar objects in a sack.
    Have each child reach in to pull out an object, and using only the sense of touch, name the object before pulling it out.
  3. The Sense of Taste
    Crazy fruits: Provide the children with a variety of fruits to describe, to smell, and to touch.
  4. The Sense of Sight
    We create a Lava lamp lamp
    What’s Missing?
    We presented children with a box of small objects such as a crayon, scissors, a pencil, a cookie…
    Who am I?
    Describe a child in our group.