Connecting Molecular Motion to Thermometers

Unit 3: Matter
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT Apply their understanding of molecular motion and thermal energy to explain how a thermometer works

Big Idea: Understanding how a thermometer works will deepen your students understanding of molecular motion.

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Science, Molecular Motion, thermometer, solids, mass, matter, molecule
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