Happy, sad, excited, bored and stressed
Sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch
To survive, to adapt, to live, to reproduce and to communicate
Elephants, lions, honeybees, owls and mice
Because animals need to feed.
Because animals are alive.
Because animals need to adapt to their specific environments.
Because animals have babies.
To find food, water, and other animals
To feel happy
To see around
To feed their babies
They use their trunk to smell the air and the ground.
They breathe and smell with their trunks.
They touch each other with their trunks to communicate.
All of the above
So they can know where the rainwater is by feeling the ground shake due to a thunder.
Because they need to know where they are in the jungle.
So they can see where the rain is.
Because they need to communicate with other elephants.
They can hear vibrations from the ground.
They can see other animals that are far away.
They can see thunders in the distance.
They can hear low sound that we cannot hear.
They feed on plants.
They feed on fruits.
They feed on other animals.
They feed on bees.
Animals that are eaten by other animals.
Plants that are eaten by animals.
Animals that eat other animals.
Animals that eat plants.
A prey is an animal that is caught, killed and eaten by other animals.
To make honey in the hive
To smell good
To communicate with other bees
To see in the dark
By making sounds
By dancing in a figure eight and wiggling
By feeding on nectar
By smelling other bees
Animals use their senses to avoid danger.
Animals can see, hear, smell, taste and touch.
Animals use their senses to find food.
Animals use their senses to stay alive in the natural world.
Elephants are friendly so they greet by touching trunks.
Elephants use their trunks to communicate with other elephants.
Mother elephants touch their new baby to make him feel better.
None of the above
Elephants use their sense of hearing for a lot of things.
Elephants can hear low sounds that we can't hear.
Elephants make sounds to tell other elephants about danger.
Elephants use their trunks to make sounds to communicate.
Owls eat small animals.
Owls can see at night.
Owls can see very well.
Owls fly down to catch a prey.
A scientist studied honeybees.
Honeybees dance in many ways to communicate others where the food is.
Honeybees dance and wiggle making a figure 8 to show that food is far away.
None of the above