Lesson Plan in Science III


City of Meycauayan, Bulacan

Lesson Plan in Science

I. Objectives

  • Identifies the senses associated with the sense organs.

Values: Appreciation of the value of curiosity

II. Subject Matter:

Sense Organs

A. Science Concepts/Ideas

We have five senses – the sense of sight, sense of hearing, sense of smell, sense of taste, sense of touch.

  1. The eyes are the organs of sight.
  2. The ears are the organs of hearing.
  3. The nose is the organs of smelling.
  4. The tongue is the organ of smelling.
  5. The skin is the organ of touch.

B. Science Processes:


C. Materials

(Utility box, variety of materials, bottle, candy, apple, leaf, water, alcohol, gasoline, rubber band, etc.) cut outs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue and hand)


Science and Health – Teacher’s Manual, p.16-17

Science and Health – Carmelita Coronel, p.21

Science and Health – Lesson Plans, p.4-5

ELC – p. 1, 1.1

III. Procedure:

A. Preparatory Activities:

  • Give examples of the things that they can see, hear, smell, taste and touch.
  • Review

What is your body made of?

What form of a tissue?

What do you call a group of tissue has a specific function or work?

  • Checking of Assignment
  • Motivation

Let them watch and sing the song.

Song about five senses

Recite the poem learned with action

I am a child, who feels so glad

I have two eyes to see everything around me.

I have two ears to hear sounds both far and near.

I have a nose to smell odors i can tell.

I have a tongue to tell me if food is sweet and salty.

And I have my hands to feel hot and warm, cold and chill.

Ask the following questions:

  1. What makes the child see everythings around him?
  2. What makes the child hear sounds far and near?
  3. What makes him smell odor?
  4. What makes him tell that foods are sweet or salty?
  5. What makes him feel hot or cold?

B.  Presentation

a.  Let the pupils use the information on the poem read to discuss what helped them tell different things around them.

b.  Introduce the word “senses  by saying that senses help us learn about things around us. Naming the different senses associated with the sense organs

Senses                                                                       Sense organ






C. Let the pupils watch the video clip about five senses. Ask questions after watching.

5-senses video clip

D.  Present the utility box with variety of materials. Have them find ways of learning more about the materials by touching, smelling etc.

E.  How do you learn about things?

Have them read:

Science is learning about things. You learn about things by the use of your senses. This process is called observation. You observe when u look at things, smell them, hear them, feel them and taste them. You can identify the things that you observed by their color, shape, texture, size, odor, taste and weight.

F.  Identify the materials that are found in your utility box. What sense and sense organ did you use to identify and name each of them?


G. Concept Formation

Let them discuss their answers using the pictures and have them tell what helped them from identifying and naming each object.

H. Generalization:

What is the specific work of our eyes, ears, nose, skin and tongue?

I. Application:

1.   What do you think would happen if you do not have sense of sight? Sense of smell? etc.

2.  Why are your eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin important?

IV.  Evaluation:

Under column B. write the sense and under C. write the sense organ used for the observation in column A.

A                                                                                    B                             C

1. The sky is blue.                                        _________        __________

2.  The alarm clock is ringing.                _________        __________

3.  Ouch! This pin hurts.                            _________         _________

4.  How fragrant the ilang-ilang is?        _________          _________

5.  Mother’s adobo is really delicious  _________          _________

V. Assignment:

1.  Interview a blind person and be able to list some things that he cannot do.

2.  List three things you cannot do if you lose your sense of hearing your sense of smell.


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