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How Do Your Senses Work? (Flip Flaps Series) by Judy Tatchell

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Published by Educational Development Corporation .
Written in English


  • Human biology,
  • Medicine & nursing,
  • The senses,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Science,
  • Children: Kindergarten,
  • Science & Technology - Anatomy & Physiology,
  • Concepts - Sense & Sensation

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7958071M
ISBN 100746025068
ISBN 109780746025062

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“The secret to creating a five-star sleeping environment is about using your five senses.” ― Stan Jacobs, The Dusk And Dawn Master: A Practical Guide to Transforming Evening and Morning Habits, Achieving Better Sleep, and Mastering Your Life. do your senses work? and How are babies made?, this book covers the fascinating working of our bodies in detail but with easy-to-follow and understand text and bold, colourful.   This printable book of the Five Senses helps kids think about how they use each of their senses. You can use this book as a review after teaching the senses, or discuss each one as the children create the pages. I first showed the kids each page and read the words to them. I did this at small group, so I had about children with me.   5 Senses - How our senses work. 1. Each of the 5 senses consists of organs with specialized cellular structures that have receptors for specific stimuli. These cells have links to the nervous system and thus to the brain. Sensing is done atprimitive levels in the cells and integrated into sensations in the nervous system.

  Our senses help us understand the world around us. These senses are touch, taste, smell, sight and sound. Discover how they : Regina Bailey.   Of course, you can always use the senses in your writing just to “explain,” in which perhaps you want to be straightforward and use familiar language, but when you have all these other tools, you’ll want to select how you approach the five senses. As mentioned and illustrated in . As writers we are especially aware of the five senses. We use the five senses to transport our reader into the scene we are describing. However, I propose that we are not using the five senses to their full potential. You see, I didn’t used to give the five senses much credit when it came to my writing. But the truth is, the five senses have. What are your senses? You use your senses to gather information about the outside world. You can see, hear, taste, smell and touch things. You can also detect pain, pressure, temperature, and the position and movement of your body.

You can do all of that thanks to your senses! Senses allow us to observe and understand the world around us. There are five main ways we can do this: through sight (with our eyes), touch (with our fingers), smell (with our nose), taste (with our tongue) and hearing (with our ears).   The final book in Rissman’s Five Senses Series, this book has bright photographs and simple text. Get our All About Me theme pack for pages of activities! Your learners will learn about the five senses, emotions, and the human body with a delightful variety of hands-on learning. With all senses engaged while reading, this physical (and mental) act is a veritable feast for the senses, which explains my love for books and for reading. I can only hope that my future children would hold the same opinion and high regard for it. How about you – do you agree that reading engages all the senses?   Rods which sense black and white and details and cones which sense colours. Your brain then adds all the information together so that you know what you are seeing. Our topic on Eyes - how your eyes work can tell you more about this.