Explore four of the five senses. Can you see a sound? Smell a color? Come play with us and explore sight, sound, smell and touch. Register today!
Cost: $2 per student
State of Michigan Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Pre-Kindergarten, 2012
- Children begin to develop skills of comparing and classifying objects, relationships and events in their environment. (HSCOP-M 3.2.1, 3.2.4, 3.3.2, 3.3.3)
- Children show a beginning awareness of scientific knowledge related to living and nonliving things. (HSCOF 4.2.1, 4.2.2)
All About Our Senses Pre-visit Materials
During Your Visit to the ScienceWorks Lab students will be expected to:
- Sit in tables of 6 students and (at least) 1 adult
- Be prepared to give their attention to the Lab instructors when requested to “Give Me Five"
- Work cooperatively with one another at the table
- Follow the hands-on procedures just as the Lab teacher or assistant explains them
- Handle materials and equipment carefully
It is important that teachers and chaperones:
- Help to focus the students’ attention
- Assist students with the hands-on activities and experiments when necessary
- Turn off cell phones and pagers during the class
- Aliki. My Five Senses (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1). New York: HarperCollins, 1989. Print.
- Roca, Nuria. The 5 Senses (Let’s Learn About). Illus. Rosa M. Curto. Barron’s Educational Series, 2006. Print.