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My Five Senses

Explore the five senses of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch while performing experiments with everyday materials. Learn about the parts of the body responsible for each sense and how the brain interprets these sensations.

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    Ceramic Cups
    Children will explore the sense of touch and will make a clay cup.
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    Finding Patterns
    Children will use their sense of sight to explore patterns.
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    SCIENCE
    Goofy Goggles
    Children will learn about the sense of sight.
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    Magnify It
    Children will explore their sense of sight using magnifying glasses.
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    Name That Sound
    Children will connect sounds with objects.
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    Sound Sticks
    Children will learn about hearing and vibrations.
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  • Arts
    Color Collages
    Children will create a layered shape collage.
    Little girl smiling while using scissors and construction paper
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    Do You Hear What I Hear?
    Children will learn about hearing and sounds.
    Photo of a little girl whispering in the ear of another little girl
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    It Smells
    Children will learn about the sense of smell.
    Photo of a group of children sitting on the floor holding their noses
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    Touchable Textures
    Children will learn about the sense of touch.
    Photo of a small boy touching the bark of a tree
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    Taste Test
    Children will learn about taste and taste buds.
     Photo of a small girl putting food in her mouth