"Learning the five senses helps children better explore the world around them."
The sense organs are the body organs by which humans are able to see, smell, hear, taste, and touch or feel. The five sense organs are the eyes (for seeing), nose (for smelling), ears (for hearing), tongue (for tasting), and skin (for touching or feeling).
Our five senses allow us to enjoy the world around us -- the taste of our food, the sound of music, the beauty of a sunrise, the softness of a cat's fur, and the fragrance of a rose. Children may recognize the importance of their senses, but they don't often focus on them individually. Our GIS educators created and gathered a many of games, activities, arts and crafts, and resources to help our learners to learn about each of the five senses. They done experiment with sound by making instruments, guessing what's inside a "feely" bag by using touch, investigating to find out why they can taste different flavors, and much more.
Each of the senses are important, as it helps us to read the environment we live in, and keep us and our fellow humans safe. Whether that be from predators, other humans, bad food, natural hazards or gas, it helps us to communicate and learn about the place we are in.
1. Sight: light and color is detected by cells in the retina at the back of the eye.
2. Sound: hair cells in the ear move in response to specific frequencies of sound.
3. Taste: taste buds on the tongue react to salt, sour, bitter, sweet and umami tastes in our food.
4. Smell: special cells in the nose detect different chemicals in the air that we breathe in. We also detect the flavors in food as air moves from our mouth up into the back of the nasal cavity.
5. Touch: various receptors in our skin can detect different types of touch, including pressure and vibrations. Our learners improve the motor skills, scientific thinking.
This is how Sense education is useful in three ways, one is to get in the habit of absorbing sensations clearly , the other is to develop intellect through it and the other is to overcome muscle management.