Imagery Practice Lesson – Birthday Party Menu


Engage students in their imagery practice by having them look up the menu from their favorite restaurant! In this imagery worksheet, students will then use it as inspiration to create their own birthday party menu describing their favorite foods using imagery!

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Students will:

  • Learn how to define imagery and identify the five senses.
  • Practice identifying examples of imagery by analyzing the menu from their favorite restaurant!
  • Create their own dream birthday party menu describing their favorite foods using imagery!

Print and digital versions available!

  • PDF
  • Google™ Slides




1. Three pages of teacher directions

2. Warm-Up

  • Focuses on defining imagery, identifying the five senses and examples of descriptive words used to describe food.

3. Info Sheet detailing the types of imagery and the five senses.

  • Visual – Sight
  • Olfactory – Smell
  • Gustatory – Taste
  • Tactile – Touch
  • Auditory – Hearing
  • Kinesthetic – Movement
  • Organic – Emotion

4. List of 64 attention grabbing words to describe food, to help students create their menu!

5. Worksheet for students to analyze the menu of their favorite restaurant, identifying examples of imagery and the sense(s) being appealed to

6. Rubric for students to use to create their own menu using imagery

7. Menu Templates

  • Black and White
  • Version for students to color in
  • Version that is already colored


File Type: PDF & Google Slides

Editable: No

Total Pages: 24

Content Pages: 19



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