Divide worksheets into five sections. (Could be five columns, or five bubbles, as long as each worksheet has a line for the object and five sections.) Each section is labeled with one of the five senses.
Pick an object and have students write descriptive words in each of the five sections. Remind them that they may not actually taste anything without permission! Each student should write at least three words under each sense.
Example: Object is salt.
Looks like: white, small, shiny.
Feels like: grainy, soft, slips through my fingers.
Tastes like: bitter, salty, bad.
Sounds like: quiet, rustle, silent.
Smells like: faint, odorless, mildly bitter.
Have the class do this for a variety of objects, for example: