These free activity pages will help your kids become familiar with how to read a thermometer. They will compare the temperatures in Fahrenheit and Celsius and will begin to recognize the temperature in winter, spring/fall or summer in Fahrenheit and/or Celsius.
Print out the thermometers on card stock. Cut them out. Have the kids put them in order from coolest to warmest or from warmest to coolest. Remind them that they will be skip counting by 5s!
Match the thermometer with the temperatures provided.
Talk about the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales and have them compare the temperatures between the two scales.
Print out the worksheet with the seasonal pictures on them and have the kids determine what temperature it would probably be (0° C, 20° C, or 35° C or 30° F, 70° F, or 90° F)
I hope these are helpful! ~Liesl
You might also want to print out the (free) Daily Calendar Page as well! I made this daily calendar page for ED a number of years ago. She filled one out each morning as she needs some review on some of the spellings on the days of the week and we needed to review how to read a thermometer. I printed it out on the back of her daily checklist (something I had just started doing with the kids. Now I have tons of free checklists in our free Homeschool Planner. It’s now over 100 pages!)
Back to the Daily Calendar page I was talking about… If you are interested, you can download the Daily Calendar Page. It’s free as well!
This pdf now contains two different calendar pages. Choose the one you like best. 🙂If your kids are learning Spanish, you might be interested in the Daily Calendar Page which is available in Spanish here!
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Coin Counting File Folder Game (Free)Clocks & Skip Counting by 5s (Free)Addition & Subtraction Bundle: You might want to check out some of the packets included in our (growing) Addition Bundle:
Dragon Math Packet – Addition Games & Worksheets
My kids have always loved playing games to practice their math and learn their math facts. They would beg to play “just one more round” when it was a math board game! Today I have a really cute set of math printables for practicing those tricky addition facts!
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Your young learner might also be interested in some of our other units:
Dinosaur Packet – This packet has dinosaur-themed activities for ages 3-7. My youngest wanted to learn about dinosaurs when she was about 7, so it includes various lapbook activities I put together for her (what period various dinosaurs lived in, whether they were herbivores or carnivores, and so forth). Plus, I added in activities for younger kids since my kids *loved* dinosaurs as preschoolers!
Earth Science Packet – Have fun studying the layers of the Earth, plate tectonics, faults, earthquakes, volcanoes and more!
Happy Homeschooling! ~Liesl