Temperature is a measure of how hot something is. Water freezes at 0°C (degrees Celsius) and boils at 100°C. Your blood is usually 37°C.
Quick tips for tutors
- Information about reading and comparing temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius
- Strategies for identifying, reading and comparing thermometers used for different purposes, with different scales
- Strategies and practice in reading scales to the nearest labelled and unlabelled division
- Strategies and practice in reading positive and negative temperatures