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describe the surface of a planet using the 5 senses (year 7)....

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  1. Did you have a specific planet in mind?

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  2. any planet would be ok... how can i describe a planet trying to use the 5 senses?...

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  3. The easiest planet to describe would be Earth.

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

  4. what does earth look like,sounds like,taste like,smell like,feel like...

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  5. You've lived on Earth all of your life. Go out in your yard and look, listen, smell, taste, and feel.

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