Too hot? Too cold? : keeping body temperature just right - University of Calgary
Explains how people and animals living in different parts of the world survive in hotter and colder climates using remarkable adaptive strategies and behaviors.;Suggested for grades 1 to 3.
Resources: Science Grades K-6: Grade Two
Online interactives, media and teaching resources for Science in grades K-6; all resources organized by curricular outcome
In this retelling of Goldilocks’ classic conundrums, readers will use science, technology, engineering, and math to solve problems – such as finding that perfect porridge temperature!
Learn how people stay warm during the long Arctic winter. This book uses simple sentences to describe items common throughout Canada, like the parka, and some items that are uniquely Northern, like the qullig (oil lamp). Gr. K-2
his series are perfect for introducing emergent readers to the topic of opposites. In Hot and Cold readers are shown fun and familiar examples of hot and cold things and quizzed on their ability to identify things that are hot or cold.
Did you know there is science and engineering involved in creating clothing that protects people from harsh conditions? Engineering helps keep firefighters cool in a blaze. It helps workers in frigid locations stay warm. Find out what goes into designing and engineering clothing that protects us from the elements in Staying Warm, Keeping Cool. Gr.4-6
What Is Heat? introduces readers to the science behind that question, explaining the physics behind the phenomenon through graphs and activities. Easy-to-understand summaries following each chapter highlights the most important points for review. Gr.3-5
Up and away! -- Mini melt -- Homemade shrink ray -- Solar still -- Feeling hot and cold -- Ice cream in a bag -- Solar oven -- Soap sculptures -- The jumping coin trick -- Balloon flame -- Jar wars. Summary: Readers learn about the science of heat and cold through a variety of experiments. Gr.3-5
This Level 1 guided reader illustrates examples of "hot and cold" found in the animal kingdom. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about opposites and animal habits.