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The Senses in Performance (Worlds of Performance)

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Routledge
ContributionsSally Banes (Editor), Andre Lepecki (Editor)
The Physical Object
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ISBN 100415281865
ISBN 139780415281867

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The book introduces the five main senses, and then goes on to provide more detail about each. On each page are additional activities kids can do to learn about their senses. And for animal lovers, this book includes a lot of information about how the senses work in animals as well as in humans.

For this portion of the lesson, you will need an introductory book about the five senses. I like to use the book The Five Senses from the It's Science series. This book is available from Amazon. If you have another book that you like to use, that's great. The book should just give an overview of the five senses.

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I’m a performance artist, poet and Sensory Poetry Educator, who loves human connection through all our amazingly diverse senses. I’m excited by exploring our connection to each other through the multiple searching tentacles of metaphor. Metaphor. Books: The Senses in Performance.

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