What's my tongue telling me?? Identifying Sweet, salty and sour

Unit 1: Getting Started (Frontloading Science)
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT accurately identify foods that are sweet, salty and sour by tasting and explaining the taste of a variety of items.

Big Idea: Young children often identify everything as being good or not good; they struggle to use specific terms to describe things. This lesson helps them clarify which foods are sweet, salty and sour - the confusing three S's.

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