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All about Temperature
This title covers these subjects: Meteorological instruments., Temperature., Thermometers.
All about Temperature
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All about Temperature

Why does the red stuff in the thermometer go up and down? Temperature! Let the Sahara Desert and Antarctica show you All about Temperature.

Reading LevelGrades K-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
Early Intervention Level22
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandPebble Plus
Page Dimensions11" x 9"
Page Count24
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $27.32 School/Library Price

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NSTA - Kimberly Elpers

"Why does the red liquid in a thermometer go up and down? The discussion of this and other temperature-related topics are discussed in this outstanding book. Teachers will be able to use this book for years to come when discussing temperature, thermometers, and temperature scales. Striking photographs are shown on each page, with the narrative of temperature and temperature scales. The photography is up-close, and children will easily see what the text is explaining. The book goes through topics concisely, such as what temperature is, how a thermometer works, the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales, and temperature facts. An activity is included to build a model working thermometer. The book includes a glossary of science-specific vocabulary, a list of other recently published books about temperature for more reading, websites to visit, and an index. I can't wait to use All about Temperature with my younger students in a whole-group setting. It's appropriate for kindergarten through grade 1, has a reading level of 1, and is an Accelerated Reader book." - NSTA

September 22, 2011

Teaching Children Mathematics, NCTM - Joyce Fischer, Texas State University-San Marcos

"The beautiful, informative visuals support learning by special-population students and ELLs, and the activity at the end of the book describes an age-appropriate way to make a basic thermometer-like device (without units of measurement) that demonstrates the process of how heat affects fluid. . . .I recommend this book to any teacher in math or science education who is looking for a supplementary or introductory way to stimulate student interest in the mathematics related to understanding and measuring temperature." - Teaching Children Mathematics, NCTM

February 1, 2013