Sorting By Taste And Smell

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Learn how you can sort objects by taste and smell

Student Application

What makes things alike and different? Learn to sort objects into groups and discover how the five senses help in sorting objects.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the classification process, which consists of two actions: Sorting and Grouping.
    1. Sorting is the method by which people separate objects that are not alike.
    2. Grouping is the method by which people put objects together that share a particular characteristic; thi...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Begin by sorting a group of objects (lids of different kinds of containers provide a lot of options) by one attribute (big, not big, etc.). Sort each group into a smaller group, also by one attribute. Continue to sort into smaller and smaller subgroups. Record the sub grouping if possible. When sorting is complete, choose a list of attributes (bi...

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Introduction
Alike And Different
Using Your Senses
Sorting By Sight
Sorting By Sound
Sorting By Touch
Sorting By Taste And Smell
Sorting By More Than One Attribute
Different Ways To Sort And Group
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Learning About Sorting And Grouping
Learning About Sorting And Grouping