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Found 12 resources for the concept: We learn about the natural world using our senses and extensions of our senses

imageCan You Match Them?
Students find matching sounds by shaking containers and listening to sounds generated.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageCan You Tell by Touch?
Students feel inside a bag and use only their sense of touch to describe and identify one of the objects inside the bag.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageIn the Dark
Students, in pairs, go on a trust walk to use senses other than vision.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageOh Say, What Can You See?
Students walk outdoors to use their sense of sight and record and compare their observations.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageSniff and Guess
Students use their sense of smell to identify the contents of Mystery Odor Cans.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageTaster's Choice
Students taste foods and graph their likes and dislikes.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageTextures Are Everywhere
Students use their sense of touch outdoors and record and compare their observations.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageWhat in the World Do You Smell?
Students walk outside to use their sense of smell to discover odors in their world.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageWhat Food Is It?
Students close their eyes and taste foods without using their sense of sight.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageDifferences
Students observe and compare a variety of living things and pictures of living things to observe their similarities and differences.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageDiversity
Students learn that there are many forms of living things by going for a walk and by observing living things in the classroom.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

imageSounds Around
Students use their sense of hearing outdoors to discover things in their world.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: Classroom activity

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