Have children say the names of the items at the top of each strip and identify the first sound in each word. Then have them sort a pile of various images according to initial sound and place it on the corresponding strip.
This activity targets vocabulary associated with the five senses: ears/hear, mouth/taste, hands/touch, nose/smell, eyes/see. It is a silly and fun part-to-whole felt board activity that can be modified for various activities. We used it to accompany a song about the senses. Each child got one of the associated body parts and was allowed to add it to the face when that sense appeared in the song.
Submitted by Lamar University Speech-Language Pathology graduate clinician Kayla Fontenot.