Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem

Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
Making Observations Using The 5 Senses: The Salt and Sugar Problem
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Students are presented with a problem: Grandma has been cleaning out the cabinets and somehow the labels fell right off the salt and sugar containers. Can you use your observation skills to help Grandma figure out which container has salt and which container has sugar?

Students must use the 5 senses to solve the problem.

Posters included to give students adjectives to describe each sense. Perfect for beginning the scientific method and reviewing the senses for older students or a final activity after learning the 5 senses for younger students.

2 recording sheets to differentiate between upper and lower elementary!
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