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Sarah Dahlman

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The Five (and more!) Senses / Observable Properties

This lesson describes the five senses. The five senses are: hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch. The lesson also covers additional senses: sense of time, sense of balance, sense of the space around us. Here are some science words to pay attention to during this lesson: observation taste smell sight touch hearing These vocabulary words are key to understanding the five senses! 1. Click on the link and watch the video "The Five (and more!) Senses / Observable Properties for Kids" 2. Click on page two for an example of the Five Senses student response page. 3. Click on the student response template: Five Senses. 4. Using Seesaw's pencil or pen tools, match each sense to the correct sensory organ. 5. Tap check when you are finished.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Science, Social Studies
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