My Five Senses by Margaret MillerMy Five Senses, by Margaret Miller, is a nonfiction text published in 1998 by Aladdin Picture books. This text has a lexile of 250, a guided reading level D, and is appropriate for grades pre-k to first grade.
This text introduces the five senses. It begins by showing pictures of a childs mouth, nose, ears, eyes, and hands. It explains what you are able to do with each body part. It explains that eyes help you to see a shadow, or yourself. Your nose helps you smell different animals and foods. It goes on to explain the many things a child can taste, including medicine, the ocean, or ice-cream. It moves towards explaining the various noises you may be able to hear including a piano, or fire truck. It explains the various items a child may feel, including sand or finger-paint. Once each sense is explained, it is reinforced how important the five senses are. There are pictures that illustrate each item a child may hear, see, feel, touch, or taste. At the end of the text is a chant that incorporates the five senses.
Create and/or present a poem, dramatization, art work, or personal response to a particular author or theme studied in class, with support as needed.
Upon reading the text and listening to the poem on the five senses, students will be asked to create their own peon incorporating the five senses. Students will illustrate their poem and share their final product with peers.
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My Five Senses (Aladdin Picture Books)
Thank you! A multicultural array of four girls and a boy introduce the five senses. Expertly composed photos show kids who are almost always happy except for an appropriate grimace when, for example, medicine doesn't taste good , glowing with the pleasure of discovering their world. An excellent concept book. Picture book.
Preschool and kindergarten students often learn all about the five senses. Understanding their senses helps kids learn to use them to explore and observe the world around them. What better way to start off learning about the five senses than with books?!? Below is a list of books that are great to use as you introduce or review the senses. The best way to encourage a love of reading is to provide kids with many opportunities to engage with a wide variety of books that are of interest to them.
My Five Senses (Aladdin Picture Books) Paperback – July 1, Look, Listen, Taste, Touch, and Smell: Learning About Your Five Senses (The. Margaret Miller is the author and photographer of many books for children.
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