This series looks at scientific observation as it relates to our senses and how we use them. By examining topics such as what it means to hear, where our senses are located on our body, and at what time we sense things, the titles encourage the reader to use their senses as part of scientific observations and classification. The reader will also be encouraged to think about what they sense and how, and to develop this skill to observe and group things. Examples include things that taste sweet or feel smooth. The titles also give structured framework for investigation and provide new vocabulary for describing and classifying objects.