Fall Sensory Poems
Mrs. Paulsen’s 3rd Grade
Woodbury Central School
I see big, fat orange pumpkins in the Fall.
I hear birds singing in the Fall.
I smell pumpkin guts when you are carving.
I taste spicy pumpkin pie baking.
I feel brown, crunchy leaves when I step on them.
I see bright, brown, red, and green leaves.
I hear red and brown colored birds chirping.
I smell apple crisp that my mom is making.
I taste delicious ham and apple crisp.
I feel a round, orange, and bumpy pumpkin.
I see a tall, funny, big scarecrow.
I hear red, orange, and yellow crackling leaves.
I smell delicious pumpkin spice coffee.
I taste crispy, yummy, delicious apple pie.
I feel big, round, bumpy, orange pumpkins.
I see huge, big pumpkins ready to be picked.
I hear crackling, colorful leaves that are pretty.
I smell pumpkin spice that is really nice.
I taste sweet, sweet, candy corn in my tummy.
I feel a warm fire that makes me cozy.
I see yellow leaves and red leaves from tall trees.
I hear the cardinals singing from very tall trees.
I smell pumpkin pie, apple pie, and brown apple cider.
I taste brown apple cider warm and sweet.
I feel a big, round, hard, and bumpy pumpkin.
I see big, bold, crunching leaves.
I hear crunching leaves outside.
I smell great food like pumpkin pie.
I taste warm apple pie tasting yummy.
I feel the hard wind on my body.
I see brown, red, yellow, and orange leaves.
I hear birds chirping and squirrels chattering.
I smell apple cider, pumpkin spice, and pumpkin pie.
I taste pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice, and apple cider.
I feel pumpkin guts inside a pumpkin.
I see farmers cutting the corn and beans for food.
I hear combines cutting the corn and working hard.
I smell pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice, it is so good.
I taste pumpkin seeds baked in the oven, they are so good.
I feel the pumpkin bumps so smooth but hard.
I see red cardinals that are chirping in the trees.
I hear the green John Deere tractor running.
I smell great cooking pumpkin seeds.
I taste the yummy and sweet apple pie.
I feel the bumpy pumpkins on my fingertips.
I see people jumping in orange leaves.
I hear beautiful, small birds chirping.
I smell great pumpkin pie baking.
I taste really good and sweet apple cider.
I feel crunchy, crunchy purple leaves.
I see all kinds of beautiful leaves falling off the trees.
I hear birds flying south for the winter.
I smell fresh baked pumpkin pie from the oven.
I taste the yummy pumpkin pie.
I feel the wind getting colder.
I see yellow, brown, purple, and red leaves falling on the ground.
I hear the sound of bon fires crinkling in the night.
I smell pumpkin pie fresh out of the oven.
I taste apple pie with new apples.
I feel leaves against my hand crumpling up.
I see beautiful, red leaves.
I hear crackles from crunchy, red leaves.
I smell pie being baked in the oven.
I taste picked, ripe apples from apple trees.
I feel wind blowing on my skin, and it feels good.
I see red, yellow, orange, and green leaves.
I hear the birds chirp and peck.
I smell pumpkin pie, apple pie, and apple cider.
I taste pumpkin seeds and apple cider.
I feel round, orange pumpkins.
I see lots and lots of colorful leaves on the ground.
I hear the wind blowing leaves off the trees.
I smell the sweet air from the trees blowing.
I taste the sweet apple pie.
I feel the wind blowing on my skin.
I see beautiful, bright, red leaves.
I hear crunchy leaves under my feet.
I smell fresh pumpkin pie in the oven.
I taste very delicious pumpkin pie.
I feel orange, bumpy, ripe pumpkins.
I see brown, yellow, and orange crumply leaves.
I hear a bonfire crackling.
I smell pumpkins growing in my garden.
I taste sweet, yummy pumpkin pie.
I feel the wind blowing on my body.