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The Runner’s High Created By: Rebecca Fremont
Touch The feel as I lace my shoes to embark on my journey. The gravel slipping out beneath my feet. The sweat of my accomplishment running down my face.
Smell The crisp air reaching my lunges allowing me to push on. The fresh cut grass blowing as I run through it. The impending thunderstorm looming.
Sight Foliage changing with the passing seasons Proud children after a successful day of school
Sound Eager dogs bark their greeting ready to join me in my fun. The bang of hammers as people expand their lives. The leaves of fall crunching beneath my feet.
Taste Ice cold water quenching my thirst after a successful run.
Autumns Feelings in Me By Ani O. November 25, 2008 Music by Keith Jarrett.
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THE FIVE SENSES Click on the play button to begin. Click the arrows to move to the next questions and the squares to try again if you answer the question.
sight smell touch hearing taste What can you see? What can you hear? What can you smell? What can you touch? What can you taste?
1.What part of the body do you taste with? hands feet nose tongue.
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Touch- I can feel sensation with my SKIN Sight- I can see with my EYES Smell- I can smell with my NOSE Hear- I can listen with my EARS Taste- I can taste.
Seasons Jeopardy. Activities Animals Plants Weather.
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By: Samantha Mazzella. Singing makes me feel a though I am a bird, free.
Setting. Setting refers to the time and place in which the story takes place. Consider: - Physical Setting: time, place, weather, etc. - Social Setting:
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