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A thermometer shows the temperature when liquid inside it moves up or down on a scale. Find out how it works when you make your own in this project.

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Jun 19, 2013 ... How to Make a Homemade Thermometer | Science Projects. Howcast ... They put something in your mouth and it's known as a thermometer. But the .... I don't own a thermometer and I don't know if my child is sick!!!! Ho do I ...

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How to Make Your Own Thermometer. While this thermometer won't tell you if you have a fever or not, it can tell you how hot and cold your surroundings are ...

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Is it possible to make a thermometer out of water? ... part about our Water Thermometer experiment is that you have all the materials you need in your own home.

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Has your child learned about heat energy and temperature measurement in class ? He's probably seen a lab thermometer! Make your own homemade ...

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Looking for fun hands-on science activities to teach your students about temperature? Have them make their very own thermometers by following these quick ...

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Sep 24, 2014 ... Make your own thermometer and customize the color with this neat science project you can do at home.

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Jun 4, 2015 ... Did you ever imagine you could build your own liquid thermometer? ... Use a permanent marker to make small marks on the straw, from the top ...

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Directions for making your own thermometer - great for my temperature measuring ... Make a thermeter Middle School Environmental Science Activities: Make a ...

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You need a small air-tight container (a 35mm film cannister is perfect), a thin translucent or transparent tube (such as an empty biro ink-tube), food colouring and ...