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## Temperature - CCSS 4.MD.A.1

 1. Be a Scientist! Click Image to Enlarge Estimate temperatures using a Celsius thermometer. SEE MORE 2. Collect and graph temperature data. Click Image to Enlarge Word problems; collecting data and reading a thermometer in F and C. SEE MORE 3. Free Virtual Manipulative - Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Teach your students how temperature is measured with this free interactive thermometer for kids. SEE MORE 4. Hot Stuff! Click Image to Enlarge Estimate temperatures using a Fahrenheit thermometer.  SEE MORE 5. Interactive Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Slide the temperature up or down and see items that match the temperature.  SEE MORE 6. Math Nook - Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Select the thermometer's scale (1 degree, 2 degree, 5 degree). Three teaching modes (demo, quiz, random). Includes a video overview of how to use the thermometer teaching tool. SEE MORE 7. Read the Thermometer Challenge (Game) - The Physics Aviary. Click Image to Enlarge In this activity you will need to successfully determine the temperature reading of the thermometer for 5 different situations.  SEE MORE 8. Reading a Thermometer - Online. Click Image to Enlarge This activity requires students to read temperatures on thermometers. It gives immediate feedback.  SEE MORE 9. Reading a Thermometer in Degrees Celsius Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge This trivia quiz contains pictures of thermometers showing different temperatures. Students need to read the temperature and fill in the blank spaces. This test has similar activities under the worksheets section. Get more practice with printable tests. Feedback is instant as kids take the test.  SEE MORE 10. Reading a Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad has a birthday gift made for their pal Digit. It's a chocolate "Digit" sculpture. As they make their way to the party, the desert heat threatens to melt the treat. When the special refrigerator suddenly breaks, the CyberSquad must figure out how to read a thermometer and determine the temperature in order to keep the chocolate sculpture from melting. (Discussion questions are available to print.) SEE MORE 11. Temperature. Click Image to Enlarge "There are two main temperature scales: °F, the Fahrenheit Scale (used in the US), and °C, the Celsius Scale (part of the Metric System, used in most other countries) They both measure temperature, just using different numbers. * If you freeze water, it measures 0° in Celsius, but 32° in Fahrenheit. * If you boil water, it measures 100° in Celsius, but 212° in Fahrenheit. * The difference between freezing and boiling is 100° in Celsius, but 180° in Fahrenheit. Take this quiz to find out if you know the difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius!" SEE MORE

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