Reflection: Classroom Setup Thermometers -- Tools of Polar Scientists - Section 2: Engage


Hand Boilers can be found in lots of different places: the internet, toy stores, novelty shops, even museums.  If you are not able to find one to use, this video clip from Steve Spangler Sick Science shows you how to make one yourself with a few simple items.  

It is a great demonstration and recreates the same process as the hand boiler I use in my Engage section. 

  Hand Boilers
  Classroom Setup: Hand Boilers
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Thermometers -- Tools of Polar Scientists

Unit 5: Unit 5 - The Science of the Polar Regions
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT read a thermometer accurately.

Big Idea: Scientists need to be able to use tools of all kinds. Not all tools are easy and some require more practice and even cross over into other curriculum areas.

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