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Temperature SOL 2.19 Grade 2 Created by; Kim Smith
Temperature is_______. A.How big something is B.How hot or cold something is C.How small something is 25 12345
What do we measure temperature with? A.Calendar B.Scale C.Thermometer D.Cup 25 12345
What are the two different ways to read temperatures? 25 12345 A.Hot, real hot B.Cold, freezing C.Fahrenheit, Celsius D.Volume, mass
What is the temperature on this to the nearest 10 degrees? 25 12345 A.10 degrees B.60 degrees C.80 degrees
What is the temperature to the nearest 10 degrees? A.80 degrees B.90 degrees C.100 degrees 25 12345
What is the temperature to the nearest 10 degrees? A.20 degrees B.40 degrees C.60 degrees D.70 degrees 25 12345
If you want to know the temperature outside where should your thermometer be? A.Inside the window B.Outside the window C.Inside the shed D.Inside the garage 25 12345
If you want to know the temperature inside where should your thermometer be? A.Outside the window B.On the tree C.Inside the house D.In the garage 25 12345
Do we use thermometers to measure our body temperature? A.No B.Yes 25 12345
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