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This printable supports Next Generation Science Standards Disciplinary Core Idea ESS2.D and K-ESS2-1.

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Investigating Daily Temperature Changes (Kindergarten)

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Investigating Daily Temperature Changes

Instructions: How did the outside temperature feel this morning? Was it hot? Maybe it is cool? Do you think the air temperature will stay the same all day?

With the help of your teacher, you will observe daily changes in air temperatures. You will organize your data and look for patterns.

1. 
Circle the word that completes each sentence.

I think the air temperature will be COOLER/WARMER in the morning than in the afternoon.

I think the air temperature will be COOLER/WARMER in the afternoon than at night.


2. 
With the help of an adult, check how the outside air temperature feels each day for three days. See how the air feels each day during the morning, afternoon, and evening.

Fill in the table with your observations. Circle the word or phrase that best describes how it feels outside.

MorningAfternoonNight
Day 1cool/warmcooler than morning/
warmer than morning
cooler than afternoon/
warmer than afternoon
Day 2cool/warmcooler than morning/
warmer than morning
cooler than afternoon/
warmer than afternoon
Day 3cool/warmcooler than morning/
warmer than morning
cooler than afternoon/
warmer than afternoon



3. 
Use your data table to circle the words that best complete the paragraph.

Mornings are usually WARMER/COOLER than afternoons. Afternoons are usually WARMER/COOLER than nights. Air temperatures STAY THE SAME/CHANGE during the day.


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