1- The hardest place to feel anything is right down the middle of your back.The most sensitive places are your lips, fingertips, tongue and back of the neck2- Your sense of touch is the only sense that can happen all of your body since it’s found on the skin3- Nerves are found on your skin that send messages (ie. hot, sharp, pleasure) to your spine and then to your brain. Your brain then decides what to do from there
1- Most people can tell the difference between 10,000 different scents2- Each scent is a “key” and each nerve cell is the “lock”3- Your brain connects scents with memories (ie. popcorn= movies, cake=birthday party)
The RETINA is on the back of your eye where the image appearsYour pupils will dilate (get bigger or smaller), depending on how much light there is
Optical Illusion- an image that creates a false visual perceptionWhat do you see? A rabbit or a duck?
Sound waves travel to your ear and vibrate your ear drum, allowing you to hear itToo much loud noise damages your eardrum, weakening your ability to hear
1- There are designated spots on your tongue allowing you to taste a variety of things2- You have tens of thousands of taste buds on your tongue, as well as on the roof of your mouth3- Most of the time, girls have a better sense of taste than boys4- Fish use their scales to taste and bugs use their feet
There are obviously many things that you can use more than one sent with;Fireworks Smell: the burning Hear: the explosions See: the colors and sparks (Touch- when the ashes reach the ground)
Cookies Smell: them cooking See: see them Touch: feel the warmth and gooey chocolate Taste- their sweetness