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WE CAN
SENSE
LIVING THINGS NON - LIVING
THINGS
peopl
e
plants
animals
rock
s
sunligh
t
water
People, animals and plants are
living things. They are born, grow,
reproduce and die. This is a life
cycle
They grow They ...
Living things have three life
processes:NUTRITION. Living
things get food to
survive
INTERACTION. Living
things interact b...
INTERACTION
FUNCTION
Our senses give us information about the world .
SIGHT
TASTE
HEARING
SMELL
TOUCH
We have
five senses
I CAN
SHAPES COLOURS SIZES
with my eyes
I can
SOUNDS
MUSIC WORDS NOISE
with my ears
I can
SMELLS
with my nose
I can
FLAVOURS
SALTY
SWEET
BITTER
with my tongue
SOUR
I CAN
HOT COLD WET
with my skin
I CAN
HARD SOFT
with my hand
SMOOTH ROUGH
SIGHT
The eyes are the organs of sight
(sclera)
The eyebrow, eyelids
and eyelashes protect
the eyes from sweat and
dust
The iris...
The light
gets in the
eye through
the pupil
The lens
focuses
the light
The retina
detects the
light.
The retina is
where t...
HEARING
The ears are the organs of the
hearing
Three small bones
Auditory nerve
The ear is divided into three parts:
outer ear, mi...
Sound enters
through the
canal
The eardrum
and the three
small bones
vibrate
The cochlea
turns the
vibrations into
signals...
SMELL
Olfatory nerve
Olfatory cells
Nostril
s
Nasal cavity
Smell enter your nostrils and pass into your nasal
cavity. The olfato...
TASTE
The tongue is the organ of taste.
The tongue is
covered in
many taste
buds.
Taste buds tell us about
the 4 different flavo...
TOUCH
The sKin is the organ of touch.
I covers our body completily.
Hair
covers
the skin
Nerves sends
the sensations
to the brai...
The touch nerves
detect
The sKin is very sensitive.
temperature textures
SOFT SMOOTH ROUGHHARDCOLDHOT
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Living things.senses

  1. 1. WE CAN SENSE
  2. 2. LIVING THINGS NON - LIVING THINGS peopl e plants animals rock s sunligh t water
  3. 3. People, animals and plants are living things. They are born, grow, reproduce and die. This is a life cycle They grow They reproduce They dieThey are born
  4. 4. Living things have three life processes:NUTRITION. Living things get food to survive INTERACTION. Living things interact by touching, moving, communicating REPRODUCTION. Living things reproduce in order to make new living things
  5. 5. INTERACTION FUNCTION
  6. 6. Our senses give us information about the world . SIGHT TASTE HEARING SMELL TOUCH We have five senses
  7. 7. I CAN SHAPES COLOURS SIZES with my eyes
  8. 8. I can SOUNDS MUSIC WORDS NOISE with my ears
  9. 9. I can SMELLS with my nose
  10. 10. I can FLAVOURS SALTY SWEET BITTER with my tongue SOUR
  11. 11. I CAN HOT COLD WET with my skin
  12. 12. I CAN HARD SOFT with my hand SMOOTH ROUGH
  13. 13. SIGHT
  14. 14. The eyes are the organs of sight (sclera) The eyebrow, eyelids and eyelashes protect the eyes from sweat and dust The iris is the big coloured circle at the front of the eye The pupil is the black part in the centre of the iris
  15. 15. The light gets in the eye through the pupil The lens focuses the light The retina detects the light. The retina is where the image form The optic nerve sends information to the brain. HOW WE SEE
  16. 16. HEARING
  17. 17. The ears are the organs of the hearing Three small bones Auditory nerve The ear is divided into three parts: outer ear, middle ear and inner ear
  18. 18. Sound enters through the canal The eardrum and the three small bones vibrate The cochlea turns the vibrations into signals The auditory nerve sends the signals to the brain
  19. 19. SMELL
  20. 20. Olfatory nerve Olfatory cells Nostril s Nasal cavity Smell enter your nostrils and pass into your nasal cavity. The olfatory cells detect the smell. Then, the olfatory nerve sends the information to the brain. The nose is the organ of smell
  21. 21. TASTE
  22. 22. The tongue is the organ of taste. The tongue is covered in many taste buds. Taste buds tell us about the 4 different flavours. The nerves in the taste buds send information to the brain.
  23. 23. TOUCH
  24. 24. The sKin is the organ of touch. I covers our body completily. Hair covers the skin Nerves sends the sensations to the brain Pores releases sweat
  25. 25. The touch nerves detect The sKin is very sensitive. temperature textures SOFT SMOOTH ROUGHHARDCOLDHOT

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