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Five Senses Powerpoint

Five Senses Powerpoint



A power point to help learn more about the five senses.

A power point to help learn more about the five senses.



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    Five Senses Powerpoint Five Senses Powerpoint Presentation Transcript

    • The Five Senses By: Candice Russell
    • Our Five Senses
      • Hearing - the ear is the organ used to hear. we hear because of air particles vibrating from the object to the ear.
      • Sight - the eyes coupled with the brain conduct a process that helps us see. The eye takes in the light, and the brain translates what the eye sees.
      • Smell - the nose is the organ we use to smell with. The olfactory nerves (smell) are also used to help us taste.
    • Our Five Senses Cont.
      • Taste - the tongue is the primary organ used for tasting. The surface of the tongue is covered with taste buds, with the largest concentration at the back of the tongue. These taste buds determine whether a food tastes sweet, sour or salty.
      • Touch - touch happens when our skin comes in contact with objects around us. The feeling that we have is transmitted by nerve endings in the skin, which go to the brain, letting us know that we have come in contact with an object.
    • Hearing - Ears http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/hear.htm
    • Sight - Eyes http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/see.htm
    • Smell - Nose http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/smell.htm
    • Taste - Tongue Salty Sour Sweet Bitter http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/taste.htm
    • Touch - Hands Soft Cold Sharp Hot Hard http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/touch.htm
    • Down 1. What do you use to taste things? 2. How many noses do people have? 3. What do you use to smell things? 5. I _________ TV. 6. What do you use to hear things? 7. I _________ a flower. 9. How many fingers do people have? Across 1. How many eyes do people have? 4. What do you use to touch things? 6. What do you use to see things? 8. Where is your tongue? 10. I _________ to music.
    • Works Cited
      • The Five Senses
      • http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/index.htm
      • Further information about the five senses along with a descriptive picture.
      • Clothes Worksheets
      • http://bogglesworldesl.com/fivesenses_worksheets.htm
      • Worksheets that go along with learning about the five senses.
      • Additional information:
      • Hearing- http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/hear.htm
      • Sight- http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/see.htm
      • Smell- http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/smell.htm
      • Taste- http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/taste.htm
      • Touch- http://freda.auyeung.net/5senses/touch.htm