Sorting is fun, hands-on, and helps to develop fine motor skills. It also helps children learn that things can belong or be organized in certain groups. By sorting hearing from seeing cards, it drives home what sight and hearing are.
Use 5 senses sorting cards as part of a preschool or early elementary school lesson on the 5 senses: Sight, Hearing, Touch, Taste, and Smell.
Let younger children play with sorting cards while you are teaching older children about the 5 senses in human anatomy.
Children can work on one card at a time or all 5 at once.