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2 What part of your body do you use to hear?

3 How would people let you know what they wanted if you couldn’t hear them?

4 Why do you think it is important to take good care of your ears?

5 What are some things you like to listen to?

6 What are some sounds that warn us of danger?

7 What part of your body do you use to taste?

8 What would it be like if you couldn’t taste anything?

9 How does taste help us pick and enjoy food?

10 What are some things that should not be tasted?

11 Different parts of your tongue taste different things. What is your favorite taste?

12 What part of the body do we use to see?

13 What are some things you can see?

14 Why is it important to take good care of your eyes?

15 How could you tell the shape of something if you could not see it?

16 How do colors and shapes help us to learn more about something?

17 What part of our body do we use to smell? How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin?

18 How can the sense of smell warn us of danger? How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin?

19 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? How does the sense of smell help us enjoy life?

20 What is the best thing you ever smelled. How did it make you feel? How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin?

21 If a person is blind, how can he tell if there's a fire or other danger? How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin?

22 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? What Part of Our Body do We Use to Feel?

23 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in?

24 How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it?

25 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.)

26 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? Can you think of something that might have a bumpy texture? Can you think of something that is smooth?

27 How does the sense of touch help us learn about the world we live in? How can you tell if one thing is bigger than another if you can't see it? What else can you learn about something that you can't see, but you can feel? (Shape: round, straight, bent, curved, broken.) What part of your body do you use for the sense of touch? How do you take care of your skin? How can you take care of your skin?

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29 Simple Things CD by Jim Brinkman “I Have Five Senses” sung by Danna Richards Narration By Linda Mayes Sound Clips for car and lion from 75 Spectacular Sound Effects CD Some sound Clips provided by Microsoft Office Design Gallery Live com/?CAG=1

30 ree/food/food_page_aa.html Digital Pictures By Linda Mayes Microsoft Office Design Gallery Live Narration By Linda Mayes Some Clips provided by Print Artist Grand Suite Clip Art on CD by Sierra Animated Clip Art By Some Clip Art Provided by..

31 On Line Lesson Plans from Southwest Educational Development Laboratory Paso Partners. "Five Senses." Integrating Mathematics, Science and Language: An Instructional Program. 00/00/2001. Southwest Educational Development Library. 09/26/2002..

32 On Line Lesson Plans from Southwest Educational Development Laboratory Paso Partners. "Five Senses." Integrating Mathematics, Science and Language: An Instructional Program. 00/00/2001. Southwest Educational Development Library. 09/26/ Resource For Background Information Think Quest

33 We have almost 10,000 taste buds inside our mouths; even on the roofs of our mouths. Insects have the most highly developed sense of taste. They have taste organs Some Clip Art Provided on their feet, antennae, and mouthparts. Fish can taste with their fins and tail as well as their mouth. In general, girls have more taste buds than boys. Taste is the weakest of the five senses.

34 Dogs have 1 million smell cells per nostril and their smell cells are 100 times larger than humans! Humans use insect warning chemicals, called pheromones, to keep away pesky insects! People who cannot smell have a condition called Anosmia. If your nose is at its best, you can tell the difference between ,000 smells! As you get older, your sense of smell gets worse. Children are more likely to have better senses of smell than their parents or grandparents.

35 Most people blink every 2-10 seconds. Each time you blink, you shut your eyes for 0.3 seconds, which means your eyes are closed at least 30 minutes a day just from blinking. If you only had one eye, everything would appear two-dimensional. (This does not work just by closing one eye.) Owls can see a mouse moving over 150 feet away with light no brighter than a candle. The reason cat's and dog's eyes glow at night is because of silver mirrors in the back of their eyes called the tapetum. This makes it easier for them to see at night. An ostrich has eyes that are two inches across. Each eye weighs more than the brain. A chameleon's eyes can look in opposite directions at the same time. A newborn baby sees the world upside down because it takes some time for the baby's brain to learn to turn the picture right-side up. One in every twelve males is color blind.

36 You have more pain nerve endings than any other type. The least sensitive part of your body is the middle of your back. The most sensitive areas of your body are your hands, lips, face, neck, tongue, fingertips and feet. Shivering is a way your body has of trying to get warmer. There are about 100 touch receptors in each of your fingertips. Rattlesnakes use their skin to feel the body heat of other animals.


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