you ever wondered how you know that something is hot or cold? Maybe
sometimes you wonder how you your eyes the produce the images that you
see in front of your face. What about when you are getting ready to
have dinner and you can smell your food, and once it's in your mouth
you can taste all of the seasonings? How is all of that possible?
All activities are made possible because we have five senses. These
senses include tasting, seeing, hearing, touching, and smelling.
|Visit the encyclopedia to learn more about how taste occurs in the human body. Not only will this site provide information regarding taste, but it will also provide some interesting facts about the tongue|
||Did you know that
there is four kinds of taste? That's tasty
is a guide to information regarding the four kinds of taste: salty,
bitter, sweet, and sour.
||This site is dedicated
sense of sight.
This site provide information in a fun while enhancing the knowledge of
|Let's play I Spy. This
site allows students to use their sense of sight to find objects in
|Do you like games and
puzzles? This amazing sites gives you the opportunity to test your
knowledge of your five senses.
|Need help thinking of
Gayle's Preschool Rainbow gives parents and teachers great
activites to help students learn about the their five senses.
|Want to learn more
about the hearing
process? Visit the encyclopedia to learn how hearing ocurrs.
|Play the Magic
School Bus sound game. This site gives you the opportunity to match
different objects, animals, and much more with their sounds.
|Ever wonder how you
know what something smells like? Use this site to travel through
and learn how odors are identified.
|Do you want to give
information in an excting way? Brainpop provides fun
but educational ways
to enhance a student's knowledge about the five senses.
Imagine that you are a reporter. You were invited to go to a circus by your boss. You were so excited about going to the circus that you decided to write an article about the circus when you returned back to work. Describe in detail what you saw, heard, smelled, ate , and touched. If you need more more information about your five senses please visit Brainpop for assistance.
In addition to writing a wonderful article , you also need to draw a picture so that all readers can see the what you saw. Before you start on your adventure please visit this site about the circus to get an idea of what to expect.
The TopicQuest Page has some links you might want to stop at in your search to find more information to include in your article.
Have a Good Trip!
1. Explore with your teacher Brainpop for information to write article and draw pictures for The National Weekly Reader.
2. Write or describe to your teacher the events at the circus for your article.
3. Make a drawing of what you heard, saw, ate, touched, or smelled at the circus. Add the drawing to your article.
4. Give your article and drawings to your teacher to scan and publish on the Internet.
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