A thermometer is an instrument that measures the temperature. ... You can watch
your thermometer and see how the liquid changes throughout the day.
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Jun 19, 2013 ... You can actually make one. Think about it. Most people have thermometers in
their homes too. Your car has one, your homes have one.
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 ...
Watch the temperature rise with this homemade thermometer ... experiment is
that you have all the materials you need in your own home. ... Make sure you are
wearing a heavy glove and remove your water thermometer from the hot water.
MAKE A THERMOMETER Thermometer. MATERIALS: clear ... Hold your hands
on the bottom of the bottle and watch the mixture move up through the straw.
About 300 years ago, Daniel Fahrenheit made and calibrated the first reliable
thermometers. Some people* still use the scale he developed; the Fahrenheit ...
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You have to make sure you seal the hole carefully with plastercine. We used
Mar 24, 2016 ... Has your child learned about heat energy and temperature measurement in class
? He's probably seen a lab thermometer! Make your own ...
Students learn about the difference between temperature and thermal energy.
They build a thermometer using simple materials and develop their own scale for
Jul 12, 2013 ... Materials. Supplies needed to build your own thermometer ... Make a hole in the
lid, stopper or cork, just large enough to slip the straw through.