Reading a Thermometer Worksheets
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Plan a radical revamp with our free, printable reading a thermometer worksheets that are a great way to practice measuring temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. Corralled here are ample pdfs packed with thermometers indicating temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit scales.
Our reading a thermometer worksheet pdfs are ideal for kids in grade 1 through grade 5.
Reading Thermometers in the Celsius Scale | 0° to 50°
Elevate your grade 1 and grade 2 kids' skills in reading the temperature on the Celsius thermometers and jotting them down with our reading thermometer pdfs.
Reading Thermometers in the Celsius Scale | 0° to 100°
Hit the right notes with our printable reading thermometers in the Celsius scale worksheets, each crackling with eight thermometers indicating temperatures ranging between 0 °C and 100 °C.
Reading Thermometers in the Celsius Scale | -50° to 50°
Watch excitement reach fever pitch as children in grade 3 and grade 4 read the thermometer displaying temperatures ranging between -50° and +50°. Get them to write the temperature in Part A and shade the option in Part B.
Reading Thermometers in the Fahrenheit Scale | 0° to 50°
Our printable worksheets on reading thermometers in the Fahrenheit scale worksheets provide a host of thermometers to prepare children in 1st and 2nd grade to measure temperatures between 0 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Reading Thermometers in the Fahrenheit Scale | 0° to 100°
Take the sting out of your practice as you raise the bar and get 3rd grade and 4th grade kids to read thermometers depicting temperatures ranging between 0 °F and 100 ° F.
Reading Thermometers in the Fahrenheit Scale | -50° to 50°
Boast reams of practice across a broad spectrum of temperatures ranging between positive and negative values with this batch of printable reading thermometers in the Fahrenheit scale worksheets.
Reading Thermometers | Mixed Review
The thermometers in these pdf worksheets depict Celsius and Fahrenheit scales on either side. The task is for 4th grade and 5th grade children to observe the mercury level and record the temperature in the indicated units.