Whether reading a thermometer while sick, or standing outside in the cold weather, it’s important that kids form an early understanding of temperature and how to read it!
This reading a thermometer worksheet will introduce this important life skill to your little learner!
Believe it or not, the sense of touch keeps people safe. When kids can differentiate the temperature of objects, they can tell whether they should touch it.
Awaken your child’s awareness of the senses with this fun hot or cold worksheet!
Why use this worksheet?
• Your child will use prior knowledge to think through the answer
• Since each image has a correct answer, your child will sharpen advanced problem solving skills
Toddlers learn the difference between hot and cold early on, but aren’t always able to tell what is hot or cold until they already touch an object. Add to your child’s mental library by providing practice with one of the most important of the five senses!
The weather outside is frightful, making it the best time to stay inside to color!
Excite your child with the spirit of the holidays with this adorable snowman coloring page. Keep your little snowflake busy by offering them the opportunity to color this festive scene while waiting to go outside to play in the snow! Is your little one under the weather? Keep him or her distracted with a cute snowman while they’re on the mend.
Spark their creativity by asking your child how they would like to decorate their very own snowman. Help your child to select colors perfect for the winter season and help them to decorate the snowman’s hat and scarves with their favorite colors. When the weather and mood is just right, take them outside and help them to build a real snowman based on their coloring page!
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