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4th Grade Interactive Math Skill Builders

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Temperature - CCSS 4.MD.A.1


Links verified on 10/23/2016

1. Be a Scientist!

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Estimate temperatures using a Celsius thermometer. SEE MORE
 
2. Collect and graph temperature data.

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Word problems; collecting data and reading a thermometer in F and C. SEE MORE
 
3. Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius.

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An interactive problem from Annenberg.  SEE MORE
 
4. Estimate Reasonable Temperature.

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" In this game, kids would have to choose a unit of temperature to start the game. They will be given various pictures along with a thoermometer, they will have to estimate the temperature of all the given pictures. To check their estimation, they need to click and drop the pictures against the temperature given on the thermometer. This game will improve their practical knowledge on this subject. The more they will play, the clearer their understanding will be about the concept." SEE MORE
 
5. Hot Stuff!

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Estimate temperatures using a Fahrenheit thermometer.  SEE MORE
 
6. Interactive Thermometer.

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Slide the temperature up or down and see items that match the temperature.  SEE MORE
 
7. Reading a Thermometer - Temperature.

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[Skillwise quiz] Choose your level (three levels) Reading a thermometer. C degrees SEE MORE
 
8. Temperature.

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Online quiz; choose your level (three levels). Test your skill on knowing what instrument will be used in a given situation and what the temperature might be in a given situation. C and F degrees. SEE MORE
 
9. Thermo Quiz.

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Reading a thermometer. The thermometer will show a temperature reading and you find the equivalent temperature value. SEE MORE
 
10. Thermometer Quiz.

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Set the temperature in the thermometer for each question. SEE MORE
 

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