Last week we smelt our way through our learning and this week we have felt it! As part of our work on senses, we have been thinking about touch. Did you know that there are over 100 touch receptors in our fingertips? We tested this out by putting our hands into the unknown! We were presented with a series of boxes, which concealed all sorts of hidden treasures. We had to use our touch receptors to describe what was inside, and even though we felt everyday objects, it was fascinating to see what our brains told us we were feeling – for instance, who would think that grapes cut in half would feel like skin? Or that dirt and pebbles would feel like chocolate?