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  • 1. SENSES Soft to the Touch Which ones feel good to you? era em ©H yton Hansen © iStockphoto, Cla © iStockph oto, Maxim Pushkarev om hotos.c ©P © Learning A–Z, Inc. All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com
  • 2. SENSES Optical Illusions Pictures can trick your mind. 1. Is one center dot bigger 2. Are the horizontal lines than the other? slanted? 3. Do you see two pictures? 4. Are the line segments different lengths? Answers and Explanations for the Teacher: 1. The center dots are the same size. Because our brains judge the size of an object in relation to the objects around it, the right center dot seems larger than the left one. 2. The horizontal lines are not slanted, they only seem to be because of the vertical zigzagging. 3. Some people see a vase, and some see two faces. Ask students whether they can see both. 4. All line segments are the same size, but the arrows around them make them seem longer or shorter by comparison. © Learning A–Z, Inc. All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com
  • 3. SENSES Animal Ears Horses have big ears. Deer do too. Beavers have small ears. © iStockphoto, Akit Dogs can move their ears toward sounds. Deer Why do animals have different ears? © Bigstockphoto, Keith Upton Beaver © iStockphoto, Winhorse © iStockphoto, Kit Sen Chin Horse Dog © Learning A–Z, Inc. All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com
  • 4. SENSES Mint Flavor Mint comes from People cook the mint plants. mint plant. © Janet Horton © iStockphoto, Soroom Have a mint! They add the mint taste to candy. © Janet Horton © Janet Horton © iSt o ck photo, Coli n S titt © Learning A–Z, Inc. All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com