Making Sense of The Five Senses Hearing Seeing Smelling Tasting Feeling
- or a fire engine, you use
Hearing is a sense we need.
- We need to listen carefully.
- What are your favorite sounds?
How many ears do you have? Close your eyes and what do you hear?
Sight is an important sense.
- What can you see right now?
How many eyes do you have? Close your eyes and name one thing in the room.
- You smell with your nose.
- a skunk, you use your sense of smell.
Smelling is an important sense.
- We use our nose to smell.
- Some things smell good and some things smell bad.
- What do you like to smell?
Is your nose important? Close your eyes and smell what is in the room .
- You taste with your tongue.
- When you taste a pizza or
- cotton candy, you use your
Tasting is an important sense.
- We taste with our tongues.
- Some things taste good and some things taste bad.
- What do you like to taste?
Do all things taste the same? Do you like the taste of pickle juice of the taste of cupcakes?
- When you feel a soft kitten
- or a hot oven, you use your
One more sense is touching.
- We touch with our fingers.
- Some things are soft and some things are rough.
- We can feel with other parts of our body.
How many fingers do you have? Touch your cheeks. Are they soft?
SIGHT HEARING SMELL TASTE TOUCH
Smell Hearing Touch Sight Taste
- Which sense is best for each of these?
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