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In this language skills worksheet, students read an article about National Sense of Smell Day. Students respond to 6 matching questions, 29 fill in the blank questions, 30 multiple choice questions, 12 word scramble questions, 30 short answer questions, 1 graphic organizer question, and 1 essay question regarding the content of the article.
Students complete activities that help activate their sense of smell. In this sense of smell lesson plan, students paint with scratch and sniff paint, use a blindfold and smell items, and have a discussion.
In this reading comprehension assessment worksheet, 3rd graders read a passage entitled, "Our Sense of Smell." They answer 5 multiple choice questions based on their comprehension of the reading selection.
Students investigate their sense of smell by experimenting with smelly objects.  In this human senses instructional activity, students examine the length of time it takes to smell a random object that is close to them.  Students record the different time interval for each object and complete a shark activity using computer software.
Students explore the attributes of the human nose. In this 5 senses instructional activity, students participate in a smell guessing game prior to discussing the anatomy of the nose and creating a sense of smell book page.
Students take a walk outside and use their sense of smell to discover odors in their world. They record their observations and compare their observations with those of their classmates.
Students experiment to understand how shark find their prey.  In this shark senses instructional activity, students  use their sense of smell to understand how sharks smell. 
Students learn about the sense of smell and the nose.  In this senses lesson, students read The Honey Bee and the Robber, discuss how a bee uses its sense of small and get an introduction on what they sense of smell is.  Students wear blindfolds and try ti guess what they are smelling.  In extension activities students can make a model of a nose.
In this comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about our sense of smell and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
In this comprehension learning exercise, students read a passage about our sense of smell and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
Students identify five different fruits by using their sense of smell, and then draw a picture of the fruit; students create their own picture, and add spices for scent.
Students explore their senses of smell. In this sense of smell activity, students read The Popcorn Dragon and research the sense of smell on a designated website. Students identify scents and play an Internet game based on the sense of smell.
Learners identify various scents by using their sense of smell. In this five senses activity, students smell items such as popcorn, mint, and lemon and identify the scents by only using their sense of smell.
Students explore the senses. In this Applied Science lesson, students investigate the items in "feely" boxes with their hands, both touching the items and shaking the boxes to hear the sound the items make. Students also smell and taste items.
In this experiment about the sense of smell activity, students test their sense of smell in nine jars of different items. Students write complete a chart with 22 answers.
Students discover that the sense of smell helps us to enjoy life and explore unsafe conditions. They smell Christmas by making gingerbread ornaments.
Students listen to a read aloud of Janell Cannon's, Stellaluna as they examine how bats use their sense of smell. They examine the sense of smell by role playing as mother bats as identify different scents. They study bat facts at an assigned website.
Youngsters explore their sense of smell by working in pairs. One child is blindfolded, while the other holds things for him to smell. They switch after a while. All of this leads up to learning about the amazing ability sharks have to smell - even from very far away. A study of sharks, and their prey, ensues. Terrific worksheets and activities are embedded in this fine science plan for the little ones.
Young scholars use the olfactory sense to determine if a marker is appropriate 'food' or not. This experience helps students explain why so many animals rely on the sense of smell to find prey.
High schoolers experiment with sense of smell, and how it relates to sense of taste.

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