'Making Sense of your Scents' for School Kids

The Sense of Smell Institute, together with The Weekly Reader, The Fragrance Foundation and Les Christophs* has created Making Sense of your Scents, an interactive educational program explaining how sense of smell works and its everyday significance.

Designed for students from third to fifth grade, the program package contains an eight-page brochure, a four-page teacher’s guide, four reproducible activity sheets for students along with a two-sided poster that highlights a map of the world where scents can be found, and two sets of rub and sniff stickers to guess the scent and discover where it comes from on the map. More than 5,000 packages have been mailed to teachers in 5,000 schools across the United States.

*Featuring Aeosphere perfumer Christophe Laudamiel.

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