Five Senses Puzzles
There are five senses – sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing. Kids are usually introduced to the five senses in Pre-K or kindergarten, a precursor to the more advanced anatomy lessons they’ll learn in upper grades.
For now, they need to recognize the senses as sight, sound, smell, hearing, and touch, and identify the body parts that go along with them. These fun activities will help them do just that!
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I can tell you about an awareness technique inspired by the ancient ninjutsu arts. At the beginning choose one of your senses and be aware of this. Let's say first day is taste. Observe every nuance when you taste anything. Second day smell. And so on. After a while, when you are aware of your daily sense most of the time during the day you can start to be aware of two senses at once. Then 3, 4 and finally 5. 10–15 years later you will be aware of every change that happen around you, at some incredible level. Think like hearing for blind people. At least that is how the story goes. I am still doing one per day, and i know peopke doing two of them.