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Senses Showdown #4: The Taste and Smell Challenge
Explore the senses of taste and smell by attempting a variety of interactive, hands-on STEM experiments, activities or games.
Michael Barr, M.Ed
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Senses Showdown Series - Sense of Taste and Smell - Class #4 This class is the fourth in a series of senses showdowns. Students are welcome to take a class in the STEM Senses Showdown series in any order. This class focuses on the concepts of our sense of taste and smell. We will explore the structures of the tongue and nose and the job each structure does to provide taste and/or smell. After meeting and greeting everyone, I will begin by reviewing how our sense of taste and smell are...
Students will improve their understanding of the sense of taste and smell through interactive experiments and discussion about the role it plays in our daily lives.
I used these challenges throughout my teaching career. The students were excited to do the challenges and this helped them to retain the concepts we discussed in class.
No homework! I will send a copy of the challenges discussed during class to their Outschool account.
1. 5 small portions of any food - bring 2 pieces of each food type (for example, 2 banana pieces, 2 cheese pieces, 2 pieces of lunch meat, 2 cookie pieces, etc.) 2. 4 Q-tips or a straw (for dipping and tasting) 3. lemon juice (we will use just a squirt) - orange juice or a very small amount of vinegar will also work 4. salt water (we will only need a small amount - about 25 ml to 50 ml) - make sure the salt is at least partially dissolved 5. sugar water (same directions as the salt water) 6. small piece of orange peel - anything bitter can be substituted (like a small amount of black tea or coffee) 7. This one is strange, but fun... 4 unlaundered (the dirtier the better!) pieces of clothing from family members (we will need to use clothing from at least 2 different family members) - for example 1 shirt from the student, 1 from a sibling and 2 shirts from a parent (or 1 from each) 8. 2 paper towels or a clean washcloth
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Michael Barr, M.Ed
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
273 total reviews
200 completed classes
Hello! My name is Michael Barr. I have been teaching all subject areas for over 25 years with students in grades K through 8. My Outschool classes focus on mathematics tutoring and hands-on science classes. For each class, my goal is for students...