Perk Up Your Ears book.
Perk Up Your Ears book.
by Mary Vicki Cobb, Vicki Cobb, Cynthia C. Lewis, et a.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780761319818. Release Date:January 2003.
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Publisher: Millbrook Press. Publication Date: 2003. Students investigate sound conduction, perception of pitch, echolocation, and range of hearing by doing such things as sticking their fingers in their ears while they talk
Publisher: Millbrook Press. Students investigate sound conduction, perception of pitch, echolocation, and range of hearing by doing such things as sticking their fingers in their ears while they talk. The author explains in sufficient detail what is going on inside the ear, describing the incredibly delicate workings of the amazing ear. What sets this book apart from more standard treatments of the subject, such as John Farndon's Sound & Hearing (Benchmark, 2001), is the entertaining art. The irresistibly wacky, full-color collages combine photos, illustrations, and dialogue balloons.
Discovering Your Senses. How good is your hearing? Test yourself and the members of your family with this activity from Perk Up Your Ears: Discover Your Sense of Hearing illustrated by Cynthia C. Lewis. How tough are you? Discover how much pain you can stand in this injury-free contest that will test you and your friends. Here's an activity from Feeling Your Way: Discover Your Sense of Touch, Illustrated by Cynthia C. Lewis
See for Yourself: More Than 100 Experiments for Science Fairs and Projects. ISBN 9780613552226 (978-0-613-55222-6) Rebound By Sagebrush, 2001.
Perk Up Your Ears: Discover Your Sense of Hearing- Vicki Cobb. Published by Millbrook Press, 2001. Clear your ears and get ready to explore your sense of hearing. This book explores the sense of hearing. It explains the science of sound, how our voices work, and how our ears work with our brains to perceive the sounds that we hear. Learn about how our ears regulate our balance, and find out how animals hear.
Can you trust your senses? This week, Education World examines three .
Can you trust your senses? This week, Education World examines three new books by popular children's writer Vicki Cobb that show that things are not always as they seem to be! . Veteran children's science writer Vicki Cobb has three new books that provide dozens of hands-on demonstrations and experiments that are sure to make the study of the five senses fun. Cobb explores smell and taste. In the books Follow Your Nose: Discover Your Sense of Smell and Your Tongue Can Tell: Discover Your Sense of Taste (The Millbrook Press, In., Cobb presents numerous activities that illustrate how the senses of smell and taste work.
The five human senses are the sense of sight, hearing, touch, smell . The sense of sight manifests itself through the eyes, which detects color or light
The five human senses are the sense of sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. These five human senses play a unique role by receiving signal information from the environment through the sense organs and relaying it to the human brain for interpretation. The sense of sight manifests itself through the eyes, which detects color or light. The eyes have the ability to perceive images and see visible elements. The vibrations then extend to the inner ear through special bones called the hammer, anvil, and stirrup, which further transmit the information to the brain. The brain then advises on what one has heard like hooting, screaming, noise and so on. Touch.
The five senses in English: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. You can hear music and listen to people talking because of your sense of hearing. A simple explanation of each sense with a summary chart and video. To take care of our ears we should listen to music at moderate levels and avoid inserting objects into the ear which may damage it. The nose and the sense of smell. Your nose gives you the sense of smell. This sense allows us to smell and distinguish the different aromas (or smells) that things have. The smell of a rose is pleasant.