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Adventure 1: The Five Senses

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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 a multidisciplinary approach integrating literacy, science, social studies, health/wellness, art 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

    Fun Facts about your Five Senses:

    • 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.

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    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 backgrounds, learning styles, and interests.

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    You agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit any portion of the Digital Download without express written permission by us.

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    Reviewed by M. Weil M.
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    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Sparked curiosity and AWESOME discussions about our bodies!

    My 8-year old and I LOVED doing this workbook and the activities together! Before we sat down to do it together, she was flipping through the book to check out the artwork / photos, asking questions about the diagrams, and even doing the word search on her own! The activities were super fun and easy to gather the materials - the Slime activity was a favorite for sure! What I loved most (as a working mom with limited time to do enrichment activities at home) was sitting side-by-side with my daughter and learning together. I'm excited to do the rest of the series with her!

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    Reviewed by Yenia, from United States
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    3 Stars

    The children have been very engaged in some of the activities and not so engaged in others. Overall they say it has been fun, and so for me. The difference between my 2 boys (9yo and 11yo) has been more because of the way they learn. My son thinks learning about the senses is a great idea. He thinks the cards will be fun to put together (mom agrees). Mom loves science *and* history so the fact that you guys are mixing those up makes lots of sense. The geography is a cherry on top.

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    Reviewed by Thomas, from United States
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    I recommend this product
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    Five Sense engaging, liked curricular connections and alignment to NGSS

    The five senses were engaging and I liked the connection to ancient Greece. The cross cutting content and curricular connections are aligned with the NGSS science standards schools are coping with. Activities to support their children's school studies.” Science Teacher, Father of 2

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    Reviewed by Wendy, from United States
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    4 Stars

    The experience was good but some of the activities were not as stimulating as others. Some activities rated an excellent but others were not that interesting for my daughter. Took our senses at a cellular level (taste buds) to a global level (Greece). It truly took us on an adventure and every activity wa like a surprise because we never knew what was coming next. A thing that really surprised me was that in one of the experiments was that some things that you seem to feel, touch, and smell is just in your own mind, and it actually not there! I realized that my daughter enjoyed doing the experiments even though they are school related. I also had the opportunity to share my knowledge of science and further research unfamiliar topics.

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    Reviewed by Cari, from United States
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Both my girls enjoyed learning from this series.

    Both my girls enjoyed learning from this series. Some of the experiments were more interesting to my youngest (10) then my oldest (13).

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