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My Five Senses Created by:
Taste Write one sentence describing something you can taste. Insert a picture of something you can taste.
Smell Write one sentence describing something you can smell. Insert a picture of something you can smell.
Hear Write one sentence describing something you can hear. Insert a picture of something you can hear.
Sight Write one sentence describing something you can see. Insert a picture of something you can see.
Touch Write one sentence describing how something feels. Insert a picture of something you can feel.
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IN: (always on left page) Copy down the following sentences and write what you think it is (observation or inference). There is no penalty for incorrect.
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When you observe, you become aware of something using one of your senses. Your five senses are smell, taste, sight, touch, and sound. In an observation.
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Today (5-4-10), the author, Jennifer Ziegler, came to visit RBMS. I think that it would be _______________________________ to be an author, because _______________________________.
Unit 3 Work with the senses. What is Huang Sina doing in the picture? She is climbing. What body parts does she mostly use? Arms and legs. Do.
The Mind. The brain is a very powerful thing. Human beings use their brains, or minds, to build skyscrapers,
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