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The Five Senses
 
See, Taste, Feel, Hear and Smell
 

How do we see things, taste things, feel things, hear things and smell things? Try a few of these fun and simple experiments to investigate how our five senses work.

Good observers use all their senses - not just their eyes. Observing your surroundings is an important skill in science as it helps you to be scientific. Using our eyes and our ears helps us to make sense of the world around us and they also help us to learn about science.

 
 
Make a Long-Distance Call Sound and Vibration
Tin Can Phones Vibrating string
Bells of Big Ben Travelling sound
Feeling the Vibration Vibration and touch
Eyes on the Ball Speed and position
Feeling the Difference Different touch
Left vs. Right LEFT-Handed or RIGHT-Handed?
Quick Grip Quickest reaction
Pinhole Camera Seeing is believing
Ringing Ears The Ringing Fork
Shoebox Surprise Touch Surprise
Funnel Heartbeat Your own stethoscope
Wake Up Taste Buds Testing taste
Sound through a Tube Sound vibrations
Watch Sound Travel Sight and Sound
Spread the smell Smelling is believing
Seeing the Vibrations Vibrating particles
Sound Catcher Touching sound
Twitching Straw Two of your five senses
Musical Pipes Play tunes on a drinking straw
Hair Sensation Surprising sense of touch
 
 
 
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