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1 Grade 4 supplement Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Includes Activity 1: What s the Temperature? D8.1 Activity 2: How Does the Temperature Change During the Day? D8.5 Activity 3: Forecast & Actual Temperatures on a Thermometer D8.9 Skills & Concepts H use a thermometer to measure temperature H use a thermometer to measure changes in temperature P0109

2 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement Set D8 Measurement: Temperature The Math Learning Center, PO Box 12929, Salem, Oregon Tel by The Math Learning Center All rights reserved. Prepared for publication on Macintosh Desktop Publishing system. Printed in the United States of America. P0109 The Math Learning Center grants permission to classroom teachers to reproduce blackline masters in appropriate quantities for their classroom use. Bridges in Mathematics is a standards-based K 5 curriculum that provides a unique blend of concept development and skills practice in the context of problem solving. It incorporates the Number Corner, a collection of daily skill-building activities for students. The Math Learning Center is a nonprofit organization serving the education community. Our mission is to inspire and enable individuals to discover and develop their mathematical confidence and ability. We offer innovative and standards-based professional development, curriculum, materials, and resources to support learning and teaching. To find out more, visit us at

4 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Activity 1 What s the Temperature? (cont.) 5. Once the class agrees on the outside temperature, have each student record the date and the Fahrenheit temperature, and then color in the first thermometer to match. Encourage them to mark the temperature level on the thermometer with their pencil and check it with a partner before they color it in. Once they ve colored in the thermometer with degrees Fahrenheit, have them read and record the temperature in degrees Celsius as well. NAME Branden Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. What s the Temperature? DATE Jan. 6 Date Date Date Repeat steps 4 and 5 at about the same time two other days during the same week if possible. Have students use the same record sheet each time so the 3 readings are side-by-side. 7. Ask students to compare the three readings at the end of the week. How has the temperature changed? Which day has been the warmest? The coldest? What s the difference between the temperatures? D8.2 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement

5 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. name date What s the Temperature? Date Date Date Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement D8.3

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8 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Activity 2 How Does the Temperature Change During the Day? (cont.) 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 sometime around noon and again later in the school day. Have students use the same record sheet each time so the 3 readings are side-by-side. Imani Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. NAME Time & Temperature Record Sheet DATE 9:00 Time 11:50 2:30 Time Time Ask students to discuss the data they ve collected at the end of the day, or the following day. Here are some questions to pose: Did the temperature change over the course of the day? If so, what s the difference between the 3 readings? At what time of the school day was it coldest? warmest? What might account for the temperature changes if there were any? Do students think they d see a similar pattern of change on other days? Why? Why not? What time of the day or night do they think would be the coldest of all? the warmest? Why? Extensions You may have a few students who are interested in following the daily changes in temperature over a period of a week or longer. If so, provide additional copies of the record sheet, and encourage these students to share their findings with the class periodically. Display their completed record sheets so other students can look for patterns and trends. D8.6 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement

9 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. name date Time & Temperature Record Sheet Time Time Time Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement D8.7

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12 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Activity 3 Forecast & Actual Temperatures on a Thermometer (cont.) 6. Once the class agrees on the outside temperature, have each student record the information on his or her sheet and color in the second thermometer to match. N A M E F o r e c a s t & A c t u a l T e m p e r a t u r e s o n a T h e r m o m e t e r D a t e D a t e Feb. 6 T o d a y s F o r e c a s t H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e Daria T o d a y s A c t u a l H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e º F º F º C º C T o d a y s F o r e c a s t H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e D A T E T o d a y s A c t u a l H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e º F º F º C º C D a t e T o d a y s F o r e c a s t H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e T o d a y s A c t u a l H i g h T e m p e r a t u r e º F º F º C º C Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. 7. Discuss the two temperatures with the class. How do they compare? Was the forecast accurate? What might account for the difference, if there is one? Students It s 3 degrees cooler than they thought it would be. Maybe it ll get even warmer later on, like after school. Yeah, I m going to check the thermometer at our apartment when I get home. Maybe our thermometer isn t in the warmest place. Maybe if we move it to the playground the temperature will be hotter there. It s a little cloudy. Maybe they didn t know that there were going to be clouds today. 8. Repeat this activity twice more this week. At the end of the week, ask students to compare the three sets of forecasted and actual highs they ve recorded. Have the forecasts been more accurate some days than others? If there are differences between the forecasted and actual temperatures, is there any pattern? (For instance, have your readings been consistently higher or lower than the forecasts?) How have the actual readings changed from one day to the next? Which day has been the warmest? The coldest? Do those results match the forecasts? Extensions You may have a few students who are interested in following the forecasted highs and actual readings over a period of several weeks or longer. If so, provide additional copies of the record sheet, and encourage these students to share their findings with the class periodically. Display their completed record sheets so other students can look for patterns and trends. D8.10 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement

13 Set D8 Measurement: Temperature Blackline Run a class set. name date Forecast & Actual Temperatures on a Thermometer Date Date Today s Forecast High Temperature Today s Actual High Temperature Today s Forecast High Temperature Today s Actual High Temperature ºF ºF ºF ºF ºC ºC ºC ºC Date Today s Forecast High Temperature Today s Actual High Temperature ºF ºF ºC ºC Bridges in Mathematics Grade 4 Supplement D8.11

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