The Five Senses: Taste, Touch and SmellThis title is a part of the series The Five Senses Series
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Catalogue Number: MCI066DV
Producer: McIntyre Media Inc.
Subject: Health, Safety, Science
Grade Level: K - 3
Country of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2013
Running Time: 22
Program 4: Taste
Mmmm! A nice plate of homemade pasta. Smells great! Am I making you hungry yet? Nadia drops by a local restaurant where we learn all about taste. Taste involves the use of our tongue and little bumps called papillae and tastebuds. These along with our brain allow us to taste. Terminology used includes: tongue, teeth, saliva, papillae, taste buds.
Program 5: Touch
Our skin is an amazing organ. It’s all over us! It’s waterproof. It keeps all our inside bits like blood and organs inside. It protects us from germs and dirt. Join Nadia as she teaches us all about the importance of our skin. It allows us to feel or touch things. It protects us from danger. We learn how to protect our skin as well by wearing sunscreen and not touching hot objects. Terminology used includes: dermis, epidermis, subcutaneous layer.
Program 6: Smell
Join Nadia at a fragrant garden centre. Take a breath! Smell all those beautiful flowers. Your nose lets you smell that! The nose is the beginning of the respiratory system. Your nose is very important. It allows e you to smell your food and helps you taste better. It also alerts you of danger like the smell o fsmoke or something rotting in your fridge. Terminology used includes: nose, nostrils, molecules, cartilage, nasal cavity, mucous.