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The senses of animals

Diane Ackerman

The senses of animals

poems

by Diane Ackerman

  • 159 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Alfred Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals -- Juvenile poetry,
  • Senses and sensation -- Juvenile poetry,
  • Children"s poetry, American,
  • Senses and sensation -- Poetry,
  • Animals -- Poetry,
  • American poetry

  • About the Edition

    Poems about the five senses as manifested in such animals as the star-nosed mole, bat, bee, swan, fly, and cow.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Diane Ackerman ; illustrated by Peter Sis.
    GenreJuvenile poetry., Poetry.
    ContributionsSís, Peter, 1949- ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3551.C48 S45 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL35387M
    ISBN 100375804005, 037590400X
    LC Control Number99020136


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Easy-to-do experiments and activities show kids how to compare animal senses to their own. With stunning, realistic illustrations, this book from the Animal Behavior series is an innovative approach to understanding animal life/5(2). Mar 06,  · How Do Animals Use their Five Senses.

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With stunning, realistic illustrations, this book from the Animal Imagine that you had to taste your dinner by walking on it, like a butterfly, or use your tongue to sniff out /5.

Children are often told they have five senses but in reality humans have at least nine and perhaps many more, depending on our definition of sense. The animal world puts humans to shame though. Some animals have senses humans also possess, but to a far higher acuity, or sense the world in.

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Other fish (including many sharks) use weaker electric fields to help them navigate murky waters, home in on prey or monitor their surroundings. Jul 08,  · What happens when you observe the animals (or children) at the zoo. Find out in this fun writing and science infused lesson that combines learning about the five senses with humor.

Preface: The senses of animals-and of man-are what keep them, and us, in touch with the environment; they enable the naturalist to observe the animals he is studying and the animals to observe him and, very often, to avoid being observed by him.

Nov 18,  · Amazing Animals: Animal Senses (Part 1 of 2) Ren the God of Humor™. Five Senses: Five Senses Accordion Book - Your students will love this hands-on five senses craftivity.

The students will make a five senses accordion book. The students will need to research fun facts about each of the five senses. Five Senses Kindergarten Craft Activity, Cut and Paste Accordion Book - Recognize the five senses and related.

Animal Senses. Updated February 21, | Factmonster Staff. As humans, we get by with five senses: touch, taste, sight, smell, and hearing. They work well for us, but other animals have developed many other strange and wonderful ways to find their way around. 5 Humans&and&other&animals&have&many&kinds&of&sensors,&such&as&theonesinthe& tonguefortasting,intheeyeforseeing,supportselschools.com nasensoris.

Animal Senses reveals the extraordinary ways animals sense their environment. Easy-to-do experiments and activities show kids how to compare animal senses to their own.

With stunning, realistic illustrations, this book from the Animal Behavior series is an innovative approach to understanding animal life. This file is in PDF format. The quiz goes along with the Animal Senses Presentation and Animal Senses Guided Notes.

Topics Include: *How humans and other animals use their senses and sensory organs to detect signals from the environment and how their behaviors are influenced by these signals. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

— Jonathan Safran Foer, New York Times bestselling author of Eating Animals “We share this planet and the same kingdom with the animals and although we feel superior to them, they have senses that far surpass ours. This book shows how much we have to learn from them beginning with compassion, simplicity and unconditional love.

Many migratory animals —including birds, turtles, salmon, and whales— may also have a magnetic sense. However, they do not seem to rely on this sense alone but, rather, appear to navigate by a variety of senses.

Salmon, for instance, probably use their strong sense of smell to find the stream of their birth. Dog - Dog - Senses: Dogs have the same five senses as humans. However, some are more highly developed, and others are deficient compared with those of humans.

Dogs’ sense of smell is by far the most acute and is immeasurably better than that of humans. Dogs are used for such tasks as tracking missing persons, digging underground, and tracing toxic substances, such as gases, that are.

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Nocturnal animals often have very large eyes to maximise the amount they see at night, but also rely heavily on their sense of hearing. Senses. This unit helps students explore how and why humans use their five senses. It addresses the body parts used for each sense, as well as how these senses communicate with the brain to make meaning of the incoming information.

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The item Animal senses: how animals see, hear, taste, smell and feel, written by Pamela Hickman ; illustrated by Pat Stephens represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Marion & Ed Hughes Public Library.

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