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Hearing
        Word Count: 42




                               Hearing


                                 Written by K....
Hearing                                                 KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK
                                   ...
The bird is singing.             The teacher is talking.
                             5   6




The sharpener is scraping....
The piano is playing.          The raindrops are dripping.
                          9    10




The storm is crackling.  ...
Sight

                               Sight
        Word Count: 53




                                Written by K.C. Osb...
Sight                                              KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK
                                        ...
I can see my pet dog.       I can see my friends.
                        5   6




I can see my teacher.       I can see ...
I can see my bike.           I can see the playground.
                        9    10




I can see underwater.        I ...
Smell
        Word Count: 44




                               Smell


                                Written by K.C. Os...
Smell                                                   KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK
                                   ...
The farm yard smells stinky.       The rain smells fresh.
                               5   6




The foggy trees smell d...
The hamburger smells juicy.    The pizza smells spicy.
                          9    10




The peach smells sweet.      ...
Taste
        Word Count: 46



                               Taste



                                Written by K.C. Os...
Taste                                                   KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK
                                   ...
The lemon tastes sour.            The pretzels taste salty.
                              5   6




The medicine tastes bi...
The cold milk tastes creamy.         The red apple tastes sweet.
                                9    10




The grapefrui...
Touch
        Word Count: 45



                               Touch



                                Written by K.C. Os...
Touch                                                    KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK
                                  ...
The rock feels hard.         The globe feels smooth.
                         5   6




The sand feels grainy.       The s...
The soap feels slippery.        The fall leaves feel dry.
                           9    10




The clay feels wet.      ...
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  1. 1. Hearing Word Count: 42 Hearing Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn Visit www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com #
  2. 2. Hearing KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK The Big Idea: You have five senses that tell you how things look, feel, smell, taste, and sound. Hearing is one of your five senses. Key words: ears, hear, barking, singing, teacher, talking, sharpener, scraping, keyboard, clicking, piano, playing, raindrops, dripping, storm, crackling, clock, ticking Photo Credits: Front cover: © Royalty-free/Leah-Anne Thompson/123RF; Back cover: © Royalty-free/Sonya Etchison/123RF; Title page: © Royalty-free/Daaronj/iStockphoto; page 3: © Royalty-free/Frances Twitty/iStockphoto; page 4: © Royalty-free/Aleksey Puchkov/LuckyOliver; page 5: © Royalty-free/Sam Chadwick/iStockphoto; page 6: © Royalty-free/Viorika Prikhodko/iStockphoto; page 7: © Royalty-free/Edyta Linek/iStockphoto; page 8: © Royalty-free/Quavondo Nguyen/iStockphoto; page 9: © Royalty-free/Minnie Manon/iStockphoto; page 10: © Royalty-free/Paul Morton/iStockphoto; page 11: © Royalty-free/Clint Spenser/iStockphoto; page 12: © Royalty-free/Geo Martinez/123RF Hearing © Learning A–Z, Inc. Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com I use my ears to hear. The dog is barking. 3 4
  3. 3. The bird is singing. The teacher is talking. 5 6 The sharpener is scraping. The keyboard is clicking. 7 8
  4. 4. The piano is playing. The raindrops are dripping. 9 10 The storm is crackling. The clock is ticking. 11 12
  5. 5. Sight Sight Word Count: 53 Written by K.C. Osborn Visit www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com #
  6. 6. Sight KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK The Big Idea: You have five senses that tell you how things look, feel, smell, taste and sound. Sight is one of your five senses. Key words: eyes, see, family, pet, friends, teacher, cross, street, bike, playground, underwater, art Photo Credits: Front cover: © Royalty-free/MeridianSage/BigStockPhoto; Back cover: © Royalty-free/Rob Friedman/ iStockphoto; Title page: © Royalty-free/Jason Stitt/BigStockPhoto; page 3: © Royalty-free/Marzanna Syncerz/123RF; page 4: © Royalty-free/Noriko Cooper/BigStockPhoto; page 5: © Royalty-free/Llan Amith/ BigStockPhoto; page 6: © Royalty-free/Sean Locke/iStockPhoto; page 7: © Royalty-free/Ronnie Comeau/ iStockphoto; page 8: © Royalty-free/Joe Belanger/BigStockPhoto; page 9: © Royalty-free/Eileen Hart/ iStockphoto; page 10: © Royalty-free/Sonya Etchison/123RF; page 11: © Royalty-free/Vlad Turchenko/ LuckyOliver; page 12: © Royalty-free/Olga Solovei/iStockphoto Sight © Learning A–Z, Inc. Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com I use my eyes to see. I can see my family. 3 4
  7. 7. I can see my pet dog. I can see my friends. 5 6 I can see my teacher. I can see to cross the street. 7 8
  8. 8. I can see my bike. I can see the playground. 9 10 I can see underwater. I can see my art. 11 12
  9. 9. Smell Word Count: 44 Smell Written by K.C. Osborn Visit www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com #
  10. 10. Smell KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK The Big Idea: You have five senses that tell you how things look, feel, smell, taste, and sound. Smell is one of your five senses. Key words: nose, smell, ocean, salty, farm yard, stinky, rain, fresh, foggy, trees, damp, campfire, smoky, hamburger, juicy, pizza, spicy, peach, sweet, cookies Photo Credits: Front cover: © Royalty-free/Ulrich Mueller/123RF; Back cover: © Royalty-free/Ed Brandon/BigStockPhoto; Title page: © Royalty-free/Bojan Fatur/iStockphoto; page 3: © Royalty-free/Stephanie Phillips/iStockphoto; page 4: © Royalty-free/Daniel Bendjy/iStockphoto; page 5: © Royalty-free/tobkatrina/BigStockPhoto; page 6: © Royalty-free/Anita Patterson-Peppers/iStockphoto; page 7: © Royalty-free/Elena Elesseeva/LuckyOliver; page 8: © Royalty-free/Petro Feketa/BigStockPhoto; page 9: © Royalty-free/Elena Elisseeva/iStockphoto; page 10: © Royalty-free/Joe Gough/iStockphoto; page 11: © Royalty-free/Lyn Watanabe/BigStockPhoto; page 12: © Royalty-free/Stephen Bonk/123RF Smell © Learning A–Z, Inc. Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com I use my nose to smell. The ocean smells salty. 3 4
  11. 11. The farm yard smells stinky. The rain smells fresh. 5 6 The foggy trees smell damp. The campfire smells smoky. 7 8
  12. 12. The hamburger smells juicy. The pizza smells spicy. 9 10 The peach smells sweet. The cookies smell great! 11 12
  13. 13. Taste Word Count: 46 Taste Written by K.C. Osborn Visit www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com #
  14. 14. Taste KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK The Big Idea: You have five senses that tell you how things look, feel, smell, taste, and sound. Taste is one of your five senses. Key words: taste, tongue, strawberry, sweet, lemon, sour, pretzels, salty, medicine, bitter, chile salsa, creamy, grapefruit Photo Credits: Front cover: © Royalty-free/Brandy Vasquez/iStockphoto; Back cover: © Royalty-free/Victor Burnside/ BigStockPhoto; Title page: © Royalty-free/Thomas Perkins/iStockphoto; page 3: © Royalty-free/Wanda Anthony/123RF; page 4: © Royalty-free/Markus Draghici/BigStockPhoto; page 5: © Royalty-free/oliwkowgaj/ BigStockPhoto; page 6: © Royalty-free/Lori Sparkia/iStockphoto; page 7: © Royalty-free/Donna Cuic/123RF; page 8: © Royalty-free/David Smith/BigStockPhoto; page 9: © Royalty-free/Julian Rovagnati/BigStockPhoto; page 10: © Royalty-free/Geo Martinez/BigStockPhoto; page 11: © Royalty-free/Stacey-smphoto/BigStockPhoto; page 12: © Royalty-free/Ugur Anahtard/BigStockPhoto Taste © Learning A–Z, Inc. Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com I use my tongue to taste. The strawberry tastes sweet. 3 4
  15. 15. The lemon tastes sour. The pretzels taste salty. 5 6 The medicine tastes bitter. The chile salsa tastes hot. 7 8
  16. 16. The cold milk tastes creamy. The red apple tastes sweet. 9 10 The grapefruit tastes bitter. Trying new tastes is fun! 11 12
  17. 17. Touch Word Count: 45 Touch Written by K.C. Osborn Visit www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com #
  18. 18. Touch KEY ELEMENTS USED IN THIS BOOK The Big Idea: You have five senses to tell you how things look, feel, smell, taste, and sound. Touch is one of your five senses. Key words: fingers, touch, bunny, soft, rock, hard, globe, smooth, sand, grainy, sidewalk, rough, soap, slippery, fall leaves, dry, clay, wet, puppy, sharp Photo Credits: Front cover: © Royalty-free/Amee Cross/BigStockPhoto; Back cover: © Royalty-free/Yenwen Lu/iStockphoto; Title page: © Royalty-free/Elena Elisseeva/BigStockPhoto; page 3: © Royalty-free/Thomas Strange/iStockPhoto; page 4: © Royalty-free/Jake Holmes/iStockphoto; page 5: © Royalty-free/Parker Dean/iStockphoto; page 6: © Royalty-free/pamspix/iStockphoto; page 7: © Royalty-free/appletat/iStockphoto; page 8: © Royalty-free/ Anatoly Abyshev/123RF; page 9: © Royalty-free/Kamel Ad Janef/iStockphoto; page 10: © Royalty-free/ Johanna Goodyear/BigStockPhoto; page 11: © Royalty-free/Terry Healy/iStockphoto; page 12: © Royalty-free/ Gunay Mutlu/iStockphoto Touch © Learning A–Z, Inc. Written by K.C. Osborn Written by K.C. Osborn All rights reserved. www.sciencea-z.com www.sciencea-z.com I use my fingers to touch. The bunny feels soft. 3 4
  19. 19. The rock feels hard. The globe feels smooth. 5 6 The sand feels grainy. The sidewalk feels rough. 7 8
  20. 20. The soap feels slippery. The fall leaves feel dry. 9 10 The clay feels wet. Puppy teeth feel sharp. Ow! 11 12
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