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In this activity, learners of all ages can enjoy experimenting with ice. Try this experiment at the kitchen table or in the great outdoors to encourage budding scientists to experiment with ice.
Mix and MatchAdd to list Details
In this activity (7th activity on the page), learners use their sense of hearing to find a "sound match." Learners shake containers filled with items like dry seeds, sand, beans, etc.
The Jelly Bean Challenge
In this activity, learners explore how their sense of smell affects their taste buds. Learners taste different flavored jelly beans while holding their nose.
Bug HatsAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners use their imaginations and experiment with different materials to create bug hats.
The Blindfolded Walk
In this activity, learners work in teams to study the observation skills essential to scientific research.
In the MiddleAdd to list Details
In this game-like activity (5th activity on the page), learners explore their auditory acuity as well as the importance of having two ears.
Our Beautiful WorldAdd to list Details
In this Bob the Builder(TM)-themed activity, learners go on a nature walk outside and describe what they observe using their senses.
Mystery NoisesAdd to list Details
In this game (4th activity on the page) about hearing, learners test their ability to identify various sounds without looking.
Expose Your NoseAdd to list Details
In this simple exploratory activity (1st activity on the page), blindfolded learners try to identify mystery items by smell.
Our Chemical Senses: OlfactionAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners investigate the olfactory system by conducting several experiments.
Learners complete a series of hands-on and investigative activities to explore cumulus clouds.
Edible/InedibleAdd to list Details
In this activity about olfaction (9th activity on the page), learners smell 10 different items with different odors, including some edible food items.
It's NaturalAdd to list Details
This activity introduces learners to Native Americans as people who depended upon nature in the past and continue to emphasize the importance of nature in the present.
In this outdoor activity and observation game, learners hunt for a variety of textures, colors, odors and evidence of organisms in the activity site.
Common ScentsAdd to list Details
Learners use a mortar and pestle to extract clove oil from cloves using denatured alcohol. They put this oil on paper, which they can take home.
Exploring Size: Scented Balloons
In this activity, learners use their sense of smell to explore the world on the nanoscale.
What's in the Bag?
In this activity, young learners use their sense of touch rather than sight to identify a mystery object in a bag. Learners take turns acting as "peekers" and "sensers" throughout the game.
Tactile MazesAdd to list Details
In this activity (15th activity on the page) about the sense of touch, learners use glue and cardboard to construct a maze they use with their eyes closed.
Where Was That?Add to list Details
In this activity (9th activity on the page), learners work in pairs to see how their perception of touch differs from reality.
Our Sense of Touch: Two-Point DiscriminationAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners investigate the touch sensory system and discover how to plan and carry out their own experiments.