Plan a simple sensory season about one of the four seasons with the help of these planning sheets. There are 5 in the pack - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fall and Winter.
Seasonal Sensory Poem Printables
Working on sensory poems for each of the seasons will encourage children to notice the smells, sounds, tastes and textures of spring, summer, autumn and winter. Not only will it help their poety - but it will hopefully make them more aware of what's happening all around them, and the wonders of nature.
We've got an explanation of sensory poems, examples and tips and tricks here.
These sensory poem worksheets are perfect for children to begin writing poetry on their own, and we've covered all the seasons. The children need to write what they can see, hear, smell, touch and taste using similies to create a descriptive poem for each season.
Can the children write some similes to produce a sensory poem about Autumn? Our guided worksheet will help make it easier...
With all the changes it brings around us, Fall is the perfect time to write a sensory poem! Use the worksheet to prompt the children to write similes for things they can see, hear, smell, touch and taste during the season...
Writing similes is a great way to start a poem, and we've started the kids off with a list of sensory simile prompts to help them write a poem about Spring. What does spring look, smell, sound, taste and feel like?
Print out this fun summer sensory poem and discuss it with the kids to help them plan their own poetry. It's written from the author's point of view (first person) and describes what the author is seeing, smelling, feeling, tasting and hearing!
Similes make poetry more interesting and are a great way to get the children started with writing poems. Can the kids write some sensory similes about summer to create a poem with a summery feeling?