The five senses are: taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing.
All the children were blindfolded (Miss Craig's scarves!) they had to use their senses to guess what they were tasting, seeing, touching, smelling and hearing.
Taste Salt and vinegar crisps, soft sweets and maltesers.
Sight Visual memory game- the children had to spot which item was missing.
Touch Children explored different objects and used adjectives to describe them.
Smell Vinegar, candle, shower gel, chocolate milkshake and flowers.
Hearing Crisp packet, bendy straw, bells, shaker and keys.
Our senses allow us to learn, to protect ourselves, to enjoy our world. Can you imagine what it might be like to live your life without any of your senses? The senses usually work together to give us a clear picture of the things around us. If one sense is not working due to an accident or illness, then other senses will take over or become stronger to make up for the missing sense.