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Go beyond reading books with our printable reading a thermometer worksheets. Prepare students of grade 1 through grade 4 to read temperatures on Celsius and Fahrenheit scales from a large variety of temperatures recorded on our distinctly designed thermometers ranging from 0° to 50°, 0° to 100°, -50° to 50°, and a combo of Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. Just look where the arrow is pointing or, which line the liquid reaches to measure the temperature. This is not as easy as it sounds. Instruct children to first look at the divisions in the scale, comprehend if increments are in 2s, 5s, or 10s, and read the thermometers accurately. Children absorb the concept of measuring temperatures effortlessly as they shade the thermometer to depict the specified temperature. Our free worksheets are a good place to start your practice.

Reading Thermometers in Celsius | 0° to 50°

Kids of 1st grade and 2nd grade set out on an amazing temperature-reading journey with these pdfs on 0° to 50° Celsius scales! Each thermometer has a temperature registered in it; look for the point where the shading ends and record it.

Reading Thermometers in Celsius | 0° to 100°

Watch your temperature-reading practice grow profoundly profuse with these 0° to 100° Celsius temperature worksheets! There are three sheets so kids get to give their preparation a free rein.

Reading Thermometers in Fahrenheit | 0 to 50 Degrees

Let students be savvier about reading 0° to 50° temperatures on a Fahrenheit scale. The modus operandi is the same. Observe the mark on the thermometer and record the temperature.

Reading Thermometers in Fahrenheit | 0 to 100 Degrees

Don't be content with limited practice on Fahrenheit! Allow it to thrive at a gigantic scale with these 0° to 100° thermometers. Read the temperature indicated on the thermometer and write it in the space provided.

Reading Thermometers in Celsius | -50° to 50°

Mold kids of grade 2 and grade 3 into stellar temperature readers with these -50° to 50° Celsius scale pdfs! The temperature shown on each thermometer could be above or below 0, measure the temperature keeping in mind the increments represented by each division.

Reading Thermometers in Fahrenheit | -50 to 50 Degrees

Provide your thermometer-reading practice a much-needed enrichment with these 3rd grade and 4th grade printable exercises where you have a mix of negative and positive degrees shown on Fahrenheit scales.

Reading Thermometers in Celsius and Fahrenheit Scales

Bring some worthy ardor to the thermometer party with these pdf exercises combining both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales! There're two spaces below each thermometer; so, don't forget to read the temperature on both scales.