PDF Temperature Patterns Worksheet worksheet

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Depending on where your family lives, you may be able to expect particular temperatures based upon your climate and the time of year. In many places in America, this means it is colder in the winter, and hotter in the summer. In this science worksheet, a cute character named Adam has recorded some data based upon the temperatures in his area over a few months. Help your child to analyze his data to predict the temperatures for one month in each season. Check the box next to the correct temperature in each row to complete this tricky worksheet!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be able to analyze data about temperatures and use that information to make predictions about future temperatures. They should also be able to add and subtract temperatures to determine the correct answers.

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