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The Five Senses
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We use this sense to see. Categories Sight 100 Points
Categories What are EYES?
Sight 200 Points This term is used for people who are unable to see. Categories
What is BLIND? Sight 200 Points
Sight 300 Points This picture is associated with one of the five senses. Name that sense. Categories
Sight 300 Points Categories What is SIGHT?
These hairs outside of your eye help to protect it. Categories Sight 400 Points
Categories What are EYELASHES? Sight 400 Points
This is at the front of the eyeball and helps the eye to focus. Categories Sight 500 Points
Categories What is the LENS? Sight 500 Points
This part of the body helps you hear. Categories Hearing 100 Points
Categories What are the EARS?
Hearing 200 Points This term is used for people whom are unable to hear. Categories
What is DEAF? Hearing 200 Points
Hearing 300 Points This picture is associated with one of the five senses. Name that sense. Categories
Hearing 300 Points Categories What is HEARING?
This collects dirt and helps fight off infection inside the ear. Categories Hearing 400 Points
Categories What is EAR WAX? Hearing 400 Points
This thin flap of skin is found within the ear and stretched tight and vibrates when sound hits it. Categories Hearing 500 Points
Categories What is the EAR DRUM? Hearing 500 Points
This body organ helps you feel / touch. Categories Touch 100 Points
Categories What is your SKIN?
Touch 200 Points Variances in these are found through exploring surfaces with our hands and feeling their differences. Categories
What are TEXTURES? Touch 200 Points
Touch 300 Points Human skin is made up of this many layers. Categories
Touch 300 Points Categories What are THREE?
This picture is associated with one of the five senses. Name that sense. Categories Touch 400 Points
Categories What is TOUCH? Touch 400 Points
These, found in your dermis, tell you how things feel when you touch them. Categories Touch 500 Points
Categories What are NERVE ENDINGS? Touch 500 Points
This organ allows for the sense of taste. Categories Taste 100 Points
Categories What is the TONGUE?
Taste 200 Points These sensory glands are found on the tongue and are responsible for the sense of taste. Categories
What are TASTE BUDS? Taste 200 Points
Taste 300 Points This picture is associated with one of the five senses. Name that sense. Categories
Taste 300 Points Categories What is TASTE?
These bumps are located on the tongue and contain the taste buds. Categories Taste 400 Points
Categories What are PAPILLAE? Taste 400 Points
These send messages to the brain to let you know if something is bitter, sour, salty, or sweet. Categories Taste 500 Points
Categories What are MICROVILLI? Taste 500 Points
This organ is responsible for the sense of smell. Categories Smell 100 Points
Categories What is the NOSE?
Smell 200 Points These holes are found at the end of the nose. Categories
What are NOSTRILS? Smell 200 Points
Smell 300 Points This picture is associated with one of the five senses. Name that sense. Categories
Smell 300 Points Categories What is SMELL?
This flexible material is firmer than skin or muscle and is found throughout the nose. Categories Smell 400 Points
Categories What is CARTILAGE? Smell 400 Points
This separates your nasal cavity from the inside of your mouth. Categories Smell 500 Points
Categories What is the PALATE? Smell 500 Points
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