sight touch hearing smell taste What can you

sight touch hearing smell taste  What can you

sight touch hearing smell taste

What can you touch? What can you smell? What can you hear? What can you see? What can you taste?

Task: Make a mind map to show what you can see, hear, smell, touch and taste. Hear See Fores

t Feel Smell Taste twisted

dark lifeless gnarled bare

old As I made my way into the forest I could see dark, twisted trees and a layer of soft, white mist covered the path. In the distance I could hear a lone wolf howling at the bright moon and the dry twigs cracked and rustled beneath my feet as I crept along. The icy wind swept across my face, stinging my cheeks. The smell of rotting leaves filled my nostrils but I

pushed myself further into the darkness.

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