Fahrenheit Teacher Resources
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After reading a short excerpt about the planet named after the Roman god of war, Mars, your class will answer four comprehension questions. The worksheet challenges them to fold over the paper and answer the questions without referring back to the excerpt. An answer sheet is available.
Looking for a good worksheet to help teach about the planet Saturn? This worksheet is for you! An excellent photograph of Saturn accompanies three paragraphs of text. Pupils answer five multiple choice questions based on what they've read. Excellent!
Students investigate the weather and convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit. In this temperature lesson, students describe the weather using words. They compare the US weather system to that of Germany and predict what the weather may look like in the future.
Learners learn about the properties of glass. In this making and molding glass lesson, students participate in an experiment where they will learn how glass is created and how it is shaped to create bottles and jars. Learners also examine the natural resources used to make glass and how it is recycled.
Students solve linear problems using point slope of type of equations. In this algebra lesson, students find the equation of a line given two points and no graph.
Students solve and graph linear equations using the slope and y-intercept. In this algebra lesson,students find the slope of a linear equations given two points and using the point slope formula to solve.
Learners compare clothing and activities typical in America to that of Spain and Mexico, identify articles of clothing in teacher's suitcase and determine which decade they represent, repeat Spanish vocabulary words that are attached to articles of clothing, and work in groups to create and perform in Spanish fashion show.
Print and use this useful unit on basic algebraic functions, domain, range, and graphing. Tasks include, illustrating simple functions with a graph, and identifying the domain and range of the function. This twelve-page packet contains approximately 20 problems, thorough explanations, examples, and suggested learning activities.
Students compare the accuracy of sense of touch and thermometer measurements. In this temperature instructional activity, students put their hands in different temperatures of water to illustrate the unreliability of the sense of touch in determining temperature. They use thermometers to measure the temperature of water placed in the sun.
In this geography of Russia worksheet, students read a 4 page article about the geography of Russia and complete short answer questions and assignments based on the article. Students complete 6 assignments.
Sixth graders research various climates in Ecuador. In this geography instructional activity, 6th graders select a city in Ecuador and research temperature and precipitation rates. Students construct graphs to analyze differences.
Seventh graders explore the layers of the atmosphere using Glencoe CD. In this earth science lesson, 7th graders identify the characteristics of each layer and differentiate them. They convert measurements from one unit to another.
Something we are so familiar with can be at the same time so mysterious! Ignite your physics learners' understanding of heat with this PowerPoint. By viewing this presentation, aided by your explanation, they will be able to relate heat and temperature, calculate specific heat, and describe thermal expansion. This is an ideal addition to your physics lecture about heat.
Fourth graders discuss, describe and track weather by utilizing a variety of measurable quantities as temperature, wind speed, wind direction, cloud conditions and precipitation. They assess, through experiments and practicing, how to forecast weather conditions. In addition, they study how to read a thermometer accurately and graph temperatures on a line graph.
What a great way to discuss the rainforest! Learners discuss the importance of adaptation in the environment and how it is linked to survival. They use critical thinking and inference skills to place animals and insects in the different strata of the rainforest based on diet, body modification, and prior knowledge.
In this elephant worksheet, learners read the nature website information regarding elephants and answer the 10 true/false questions.
In this single variable equations worksheet, students solve 5 problems using different equations to solve for one unknown. They use Hubble's Law to find the velocity of a galaxy knowing the distance it travels.
Students keep a weather log. In this weather and temperature lesson, students discuss the information that can be obtained from a map and lead into a discussion about temperature. Students watch a video about temperature and thermometers. Students answer comprehension questions and keep a daily weather log for a week.
Learners discuss the different between the English system of measurement and the metric system. Working ins mall groups, students read the weather map. They convert temperatures from one measurement system to another.
Students identify the most appropriate metric prefix to use. They describe the usefulness of a system based on tens. Students compare the metric system to the American system of measurement. They develop a metric flip book to use a reference. Students define the Metric System.