Subject: KUW LearningObjectives Title: Five Senses Plan (Methodology) Time Date:- 17th Oct 16 Resources Assessment Day 1 & 2:Warm up activity:-(whole class) Show them a picture of girl without the body parts associated with five senses that are eyes, nose, ears, tongue and hands, ask them what’s missing? Record their responses. Tell the students that God loves us and thinks we are all special; He gave us the ability to use our five senses to help us explore the things around ourselves. The students would have been able to know five senses through observations and hands-on activities. Students would have learnt that we have five senses in which to explore our world. Introduction:- ( whole class) Read the book Your Five Senses by Bobbi Katz. Explain to the children that we have five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling. Today, we will discuss the sense of sight by playing a game called “What’s Missing?” Lay five different objects in front of the children for them to observe with their eyes. Discuss how each object looks. Then, lay a sheet or towel over the five objects. Tell the children to close their eyes, while you remove one object. Remove the sheet and tell them to look at the remaining objects and guess what is missing. Replace missing item, cover all five objects again, have children close their eyes and then remove another object. Continue until all five objects have been removed one at a time. There will always be four items to observe. Ask: Could we play this game if we did not have the sense of sight? Introduce the sense of hearing. Tell the children to close their eyes and sit in silence for one minute. Then, have the children discuss the things that they could hear. Next, play Sound Bingo Make a recording of different sounds that the children will be familiar with - a dog barking, a door closing, bells, 5 mins 25 mins ve different objects to observe (these can be everyday classroom objects like a box of crayons, a block, etc.) audio recording of various sound effects six small plastic containers should be the same size and should not be see-through objects to put in the containers: sand in two containers pennies in two containers cotton balls in two containers three socks, each filled with a different Students will be assessed on their ability to explore the five senses through observations and hands-on activities . drums, etc. Then give a student a bingo card with picture of the different sounds on it. Play a sound and have the students cover the picture that goes with it. Introducing the sense of smell:-. Explain that today; we will use our nose to observe several smells. Prepare four cups with one of each of the following: first cup with a piece of peppermint (add a few drops of water in order to enhance the smell), second cup with cinnamon, third cup with some Hershey’s chocolate, fourth cup with half of a lemon. Cover each cup with aluminium foil and poke a few holes in the top. Pass each cup (one at a time) and allow the children to smell and try to guess what they think the smell is. After each cup, remove the foil and show the children what made the smell. Continue until all the cups have been passed. Discuss for a few minutes about good and bad smells. Ask: what sense did we use to guess what was in each cup? Introducing the sense of taste:Review the senses of sight, sound, touch, and smell. Explain that today we will taste three edible white substances. As the children taste each item, have them try to guess what each item is. (Prepare for each child a very small portion of salt, sugar, and flour.) After each child has tasted each item, discuss what each white substance is and when would we use it when we are cooking. Ask: what sense did we use to guess what was on our plate? Main Task:-(small groups Sorting activity and booklet The students are going to sort out the given objects according to the 25 mins 5mins object — for example: candle cookie cutter wooden block four plastic cups, each containing an object with a distinct smell — for example: peppermint oil, peppermint candy, or crushed fresh peppermint cinnamon stick chocolate syrup half a lemon salt sugar flour Your Five Senses by Bobbi Katz 5 senses into their respective baskets,then they are going to make a booklets with pictures belonging to 5 sesnses Sorting activity and booklet Wrap up:-_ Sing the following song. I Have Five Senses (to the tune of B-I-N-G-O) I have five senses. Yes, I do. I use them every day. Taste, See, Hear, Smell, Touch Taste, See, Hear, Smell, Touch Taste, See, Hear, Smell, Touch God gave them all to me!