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Item #: FB0439

Price: $93.10

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Human Senses Laboratory Kit for anatomy and physiology contains a series of fun and safe activities that explore taste, smell, hearing, sight and touch.

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Item# AP10282 AP10204 AP10126 FB0439
Size 10 Students in Pairs 10 Students in Pairs 30 Students in Pairs 30 Students in Pairs
Includes Materials Only Refill Kit Materials + Instructions Materials Only Refill Kit Materials + Instructions
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Student interest is always high when the topic of study is their own human body. Students become the test organism as they perform a series of experiments using their own senses. Taste, smell, hearing, sight and touch are all explored in a series of fun, safe activities. Students will be amazed when they determine their dominant eye, find their blind spot, are unable to sense things on their skin and are not able to taste some common food items. The series of experiments in this kit are an excellent introduction to the study of the sense organs of the human body.

Food items will need to be provided locally.


Materials Included in Kit for 30 Students in Pairs:
Clove oil, 25 mL
Peppermint oil, 25 mL
Glass mirror, double strength, ground edges, 3" x 4" x "
Latex sheeting, 6" x 6"
Sample vials, clear, 4 mL, 30
Toothpicks, wood, 250/box
Wheaton black plastic screw caps with teflon liner, 30

Correlation to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Science & Engineering Practices

Planning and carrying out investigations
Analyzing and interpreting data
Constructing explanations and designing solutions

Disciplinary Core Ideas

MS-LS1.A: Structure and Function
MS-LS1.D: Information Processing
HS-LS1.A: Structure and Function

Crosscutting Concepts

Structure and function
Stability and change

Performance Expectations

MS-LS1-8. Gather and synthesize information that sensory receptors respond to stimuli by sending messages to the brain for immediate behavior or storage as memories.