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    All About Senses!

    Consolidation Worksheet 1How Do We Learn About the World Around Us? / What Are Our Senses?Match the body parts to their senses.

    Body parts Senses

    Taste

    Hearing

    Smell

    Sight

    Touch

    2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teachers Guide Grade 1 95

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    All About Senses!

    Consolidation Worksheet 2Why Are Our Senses Important to Us?We use our senses to observe and collect information. In this way, we can find out about the world around us.

    For each example below, fill in the blank with the sense used to collect information.

    Rita observes that her teacher is wearing a different perfume today. She is using her sense of .

    Min observes that a lump of ice is cold. She is using her sense of .

    Tom observes that a torch has been turned on. He is using his sense of .

    Rita observes that there is someone knocking on the door. She is using her sense of .

    Ari observes that the milk he drinks is sour. He is using his sense of .

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    All About Senses!

    Consolidation Worksheet 3Tick () the boxes next to the statements that are TRUE.

    How Can We Protect Our Senses?

    1.We can protect our eyes from too much sunlight by wearing sunglasses.

    2.Very loud music can damage our sense of hearing.

    3.We should sit close to the screen when we watch television.

    4. We should not put sharp objects into our noses.

    5.Spending many hours under the Sun is bad for our skin.

    6. Brushing our teeth will damage our sense of taste.

    Name: Class: Date:

    All About Senses!

    Consolidation Worksheet 2Why Are Our Senses Important to Us?We use our senses to observe and collect information. In this way, we can find out about the world around us.

    For each example below, fill in the blank with the sense used to collect information.

    Rita observes that her teacher is wearing a different perfume today. She is using her sense of .

    Min observes that a lump of ice is cold. She is using her sense of .

    Tom observes that a torch has been turned on. He is using his sense of .

    Rita observes that there is someone knocking on the door. She is using her sense of .

    Ari observes that the milk he drinks is sour. He is using his sense of .

    2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teachers Guide Grade 1 97

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    Fun and Games

    All About Senses!

    Making Sense

    a. There is a saying, See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. It is often shown as three monkeys.

    Which monkey cannot hear?

    Monkey

    Which monkey cannot see?

    Monkey Which monkey cannot speak? Monkey

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    b. Fill in the names of the sense organs in the boxes below. Some letters have been put in for you.

    What sense organ is spelt out in the shaded boxes? Draw a picture of this sense organ below.

    Sense organ:

    What is this sense organ used for? It is used for .

    2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teachers Guide Grade 1 99

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  • GlossaryChapter 2: All About Senses!

    Hear To be able to receive information using the ears

    Odour Smell

    See To be able to receive information using the eyes

    Sense Something which helps to collect information from the world around us; sight, hearing, smell, taste or touch

    Sense organ Part of our body that allows us to use our senses to collect information from our surroundings

    Smell To be able to receive information using the nose

    Taste To be able to receive information using the tongue

    Tastebud Part of the tongue that helps tell the difference between sweetness, saltiness, bitterness and sourness

    Touch To be able to receive information using the skin

    2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teachers Guide Grade 1 103

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