It’s important that kids are in touch with their senses, and can explain their perceptions of their surroundings. This 5 senses matching worksheet is a great tool to help your little learner build vocabulary, practice reading, as they build a library of sensory language vocabulary!
While working, help your child to:
• Read and recognize the words on the page
• Define unfamiliar vocabulary
• Connect each adjective (like “prickly” or “shrill”) on the page with an example from real life
Get the most from this worksheet, and encourage your child to use the sensory words on the worksheet in their daily vocabulary, or even their writing!
Is it a liquid, gas, or solid? Help your child to explore different properties of matter using the fun riddles on this physical properties of matter worksheet, your child is sure to love!
Your child will love reading the riddles and choosing the picture that best describes the type of matter being described.
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