This past week the children learned how our five senses help us understand and explore the world around us. Our five senses help us collect information about ourselves and our surroundings. They also learned to identify the five senses: hearing, tasting, smelling, touching and seeing. We discovered that sometimes we use two or more senses at once; and how important it is for our senses to work together. The children had the opportunity to practice using their senses to determine properties of objects and distinguish them from one another.
Taste testing sweet, salty, bitter and sour foods.
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Picture Day Tuesday, October 3, 2017
A Look into Next Week: Leaves
The students will observe the differences in leaf shape.
The students will observe the different Fall colors and the fun we can have with leaves.
The students will sort a variety of fall objects.
The students will learn different textures leaves have and identify them.