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Adventure through the Five Senses!

Explore the wonder of your amazing Five Senses! This sense-ational book takes readers to Ancient Greece, where they meet Aristotle and learn the anatomy behind the Five Senses.

Through an artful combination of hands-on learning, storytelling, world cultures, and activities, your kids will start their journey of self-discovery and understanding what they are made of.

Inside Adventure 1, you will find five senses activities for kids that include experiments, crafts, comics, word games, recipes, and more!

Recommended ages 8+ for independent learning, however these workbooks are appreciated by all ages!


Contents:

Teaches young learners about their Five Senses through storytelling, the sciences, world cultures / geography, art, health/wellness, cooking, and more!

  • 121 pages of hands-on learning for hours of discovery and fun!
  • A variety of activities that inspire curiosity from the inside out.
  • Includes the comic: Time Skaters Adventure 1: Fangs of Philosophy
  • Educator guide - coming soon!

Benefits

  • Our curriculum gives young learners the building blocks necessary to start their unique journey of self-discovery: an understanding of human anatomy. Learning about the body and mind at a young age sets the foundation for making healthy decisions about one’s body, developing self-esteem and confidence, and begins the discovery of who we are meant to be in this world.
  • An award-winning workbook series that teaches human anatomy for kids which can be integrated in a variety of learning environments and with children of all ages and abilities.
  • Representation matters! Developed by a culturally diverse team of educators, parents, community advisors, and medical professionals, our products are known for being highly engaging to children of many learning styles and interests.

Did You Know…

  • Your brain plays a major role in how you see, hear, touch, taste and feel?
  • Your taste buds become less sensitive as you get older? If a child doesn’t like certain foods when they’re little, they may like them more as they get older.
  • Because smell, memory, and emotions are powerfully linked, certain smell memories can affect us positively? Think back to the last time you and your family all had a good time together and any smell that reminds you of that memory.

Make Sense of the Senses!

Most children know that we taste with our tongue, see with our eyes, smell with our nose, hear with our ears, and touch with our skin. Something they might not know is that our brainhas a big role in how our senses work.


Scientific Spotlight

Learn all about the seventh sense you didn't know you had.... Proprioception!


Ask Dr. Bonyfide

Hey there, Adventurers!Dr. Bonyfide here.

A few Know Yourself-ers asked me some great questions about the Five Senses that I thought all of you might like to know about!

Remember, if your children have their own science and anatomy questions, you can always ask Dr. Bonyfide - I’ll be answering a few every week!

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