Advertisement.

EnchantedLearning.com is a user-supported site.
As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages.
Click here to learn more.

ad
(Already a member? Click here.)




Summer Activities
EnchantedLearning.com - Over 35,000 Web Pages
What's New
at
Enchanted Learning
Mid March 2008

Animals Crafts K-3 Theme Pages
Astronomy Dinosaurs Label Me! Printouts
Books to Print Geography Math
Calendars Graphic Organizers Picture Dictionary
TapQuiz Maps
TapQuiz Maps - iPhone Geography Game

Temperature Questions

Temperature Questions #1:
Printable Worksheet

On this worksheet, the student writes about the coldest and hottest things they can think of, and the best and worst things about very hot and very cold days. Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Temperature Questions

Temperature Questions #2:
Printable Worksheet

On this worksheet, the student writes about fun things to do on hot and cold days, annoying aspects of hot and cold days, and whether the student prefers very hot or very cold days. Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Convert Temperatures

Convert Temperatures #1:
Printable Worksheet

A printable activity Convert Temperatures on converting temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice versa. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Thermometer

Label the Thermometer #1:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on which the student labels a thermometer, noting the freezing and boiling points of water, room temperature, body temperature, and the point at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales are the same. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Thermometer

Label the Thermometer #2:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on which the student labels a thermometer in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Measure Temperatures

Measure Temperatures #2:
Printable Worksheet

A printable activity worksheet on measuring temperature using a thermometer (the student needs a thermometer to complete this worksheet). The student measures the temperature of ice water, cold tap water and warm tap water. The student then answers questions about these temperatures. Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Measure Temperatures

Measure Temperatures #1:
Printable Worksheet

A printable activity worksheet on measuring temperature using a thermometer (the student needs a thermometer to complete this worksheet). The student measures room temperature, the temperature outdoors, and skin temperature. The student then answers questions about these temperatures. Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Thermometer

Thermometer Questions #1:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on temperature and thermometers. Circle the thermometer showing the higher (or lower) temperature, What is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (or Celsius)?, and Color the thermometers in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Thermometer

Thermometer Questions #2:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on temperature and thermometers. Circle the thermometer showing the higher (or lower) temperature, What is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (or Celsius)?, and Color the thermometers in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Temperature

Temperature and Thermometers:
Printable Read and Answer Worksheet

A printable worksheet on temperature and thermometers, with a short passage to read, a diagram of thermometers, and questions to answer. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Temperature

Compare Thermometers #1:
Printable Worksheet

A printable activity worksheet on temperature and thermometers, with thermometers to color and compare, and questions to answer. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Temperature

Compare Thermometers #2:
Printable Worksheet

A printable activity worksheet on temperature and thermometers, with thermometers to color and compare, and questions to answer. Or go to the answers. Go to a pdf version.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

find related words

Cold Things: Write Eight Things That are Cold in Temperature

Find eight things that are cold in temperature. Sample answers: igloo, ice cream, ice cube, freezer, Antarctica, Pluto, glacier, iceberg.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

find related words

Hot Things: Write Eight Things That are Hot in Temperature

Find eight things that are hot in temperature. Sample answers: campfire, oven, hot cocoa, furnace, star, radiator, molten metal, summer day.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Draw Four

Cold Things: Draw Four Things That are Cold in Temperature

Draw four items that are cold in temperature. Below each item, write its name.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Geography report thumbnail

South American Country Report Graphic Organizer Printout #1

This printout helps the student do a short report on a South American country, prompting the student to draw a map of the country, locate it on a map of South America, draw the country's flag, and write the country's continent, capital city, area, population, name of currency, and language(s).

Friday March 14, 2008

Geography report thumbnail

South American Country Report Graphic Organizer Printout #2

This printout helps the student do a short report on a map of South America, prompting the student to draw a map of the country, locate it on a South American map, draw the country's flag, and write the country's continent, capital city, area, population, name of currency, language(s), climate, type of government, and major industries.

Friday March 14, 2008

Draw Four

Hot Things: Draw Four Things That are Hot in Temperature

Draw four items that are hot in temperature. Below each item, write its name.

Friday March 14, 2008

What is Pi

What is Pi?
A Printable Worksheet

A printout about what pi is. Measure the circumference and diameter of four printed circles, then determine what relationship between the circumference and the diameter gives a constant value (pi). This printable worksheet demonstrates to the student that pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to diameter, for any circle. The student will need a ruler and a short length of string or yarn (a bit less than a foot long); the yarn is used to measure the circumferences. Or go to the pdf version.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Rectangular Things

Think of and write eight rectangular things. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: TV screen, strip of bacon, postal stamp, rug, piece of toast, ruler, blanket, magazine.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Rectangular Things in Categories

Think of and write eight rectangular things in categories, including: food, toy or game, school item, household item, office item, article of clothing, part of a vehicle, and an item you would find in a museum. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: brownie, domino, piece of paper, towel, envelope, scarf, moon roof, painting.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

pi

Pi

Learn about pi (the ratio of a circle's circumference to diameter) and print out worksheets about this irrational number.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

calculating pi

Calculating Pi
A Printable Worksheet

In this worksheet, the student measures the circumference and diameter of three circles, and then calculates the ratios of the circumferences to the diameters (approximating pi). The student will need a ruler and a short length of string or yarn (a bit less than a foot long); the yarn is used to measure the circumferences. Or go to the pdf version.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Triangular Things

Think of and write eight triangular things. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: slice of pizza, sail of a boat, volcano, mountain, paper airplane, stealth airplane, bandana, tortilla chip.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Shape Words

Think of and write eight shape words. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: circle, square, rectangle, triangle, oval, crescent, pentagon, hexagon.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Round Things

Think of and write eight round things. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: pie, disk, frisbee, necklace, plate, circle, wheel, pupil of the eye.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

find related words

Write Eight Round Things in Categories

Think of and write eight round things in categories, including: food, sports item, school item, household item, animal, article of clothing, part of a vehicle, astronomical object. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: pizza, basketball hoop, globe, plate, sand dollar, bracelet, steering wheel, moon.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

What's New at EnchantedLearning.com: Archives
Current

Previous

2014
Jan.

2013
Dec.
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

2012
Dec.
Nov.
Oct.
Sep.
Aug.
July
June
May
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

2011
Dec.
Nov.
Oct.
Sep.
Aug
July
June
May
April
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
2010
Dec.
Nov.
Oct.
Sep.
Aug.
July
June
May
April
March
Late Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Early Jan.

2009
Late Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sep.
Early Sep.
Late Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Early July
Late June
Early June
Late May
Early May
Late Apr
Early Apr
Late Mar
Early Mar
Late Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Early Jan.
2008
Late Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sep.
Early Sep.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr
Mid Apr
Early Apr
Late Mar
Mid Mar
Early Mar
Late Feb.
Mid Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Mid Jan.
Early Jan.
2007
Late Dec.
Mid Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Mid Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Mid Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Mid Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr
Mid Apr
Early Apr
Late Mar
Mid Mar
Early Mar
Late Feb
Mid Feb
Early Feb
Late Jan
Mid Jan
Early Jan
2006
Late Dec.
Mid Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Mid Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Mid Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Mid Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr
Mid Apr
Early Apr
Late Mar
Mid Mar
Early Mar
Late Feb
Mid Feb
Early Feb
Late Jan
Mid Jan
Early Jan
2005
Late Dec.
Mid Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Mid Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Mid Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Mid Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr.
Mid Apr.
Early Apr.
Late Mar.
Mid Mar.
Early Mar.
Late Feb.
Mid Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Mid Jan.
Early Jan.
2004
Late Dec.
Mid Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Mid Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Mid Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Mid Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr.
Mid Apr.
Early Apr.
Late Mar.
Mid Mar.
Early Mar.
Late Feb.
Mid Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Mid Jan.
Early Jan.
2003
Late Dec.
Mid Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Mid Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Mid Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Mid Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Mid Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Mid July
Early July
Late June
Mid June
Early June
Late May
Mid May
Early May
Late Apr.
Mid Apr.
Early Apr.
Late Mar.
Mid Mar.
Early Mar.
Late Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Early Jan.
2002
Late Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Early Aug.
July
Late June
Early June
Late May
Early May
Late April
Early April
Late March
Early March
Late Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Early Jan.

2001
Late Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
2001
Early July
Late June
Early June
Late May
Early May
Late April
Early April
Late March
Early March
Late Feb.
Early Feb.
Late Jan.
Early Jan.

2000
Late Dec.
Early Dec.
Late Nov.
Early Nov.
Late Oct.
Early Oct.
Late Sept.
Early Sept.
Late Aug.
Early Aug.
Late July
Early July
Late June
Early June
Late May
Early May
Late Apr.
Early Apr.
Late Mar.
Early Mar.


Enchanted Learning®
Over 35,000 Web Pages
Sample Pages for Prospective Subscribers, or click below

Overview of Site
What's New
Enchanted Learning Home
Monthly Activity Calendar
Books to Print
Site Index

K-3
Crafts
K-3 Themes
Little Explorers
Picture dictionary
PreK/K Activities
Rebus Rhymes
Stories
Writing
Cloze Activities
Essay Topics
Newspaper
Writing Activities
Parts of Speech

Fiction
The Test of Time
iPhone app
TapQuiz Maps - free iPhone Geography Game

Biology
Animal Printouts
Biology Label Printouts
Biomes
Birds
Butterflies
Dinosaurs
Food Chain
Human Anatomy
Mammals
Plants
Rainforests
Sharks
Whales
Physical Sciences: K-12
Astronomy
The Earth
Geology
Hurricanes
Landforms
Oceans
Tsunami
Volcano
Languages
Dutch
French
German
Italian
Japanese (Romaji)
Portuguese
Spanish
Swedish
Geography/History
Explorers
Flags
Geography
Inventors
US History

Other Topics
Art and Artists
Calendars
College Finder
Crafts
Graphic Organizers
Label Me! Printouts
Math
Music
Word Wheels

Click to read our Privacy Policy

E-mail


Enchanted Learning Search

Search the Enchanted Learning website for:



Advertisement.



Advertisement.



Advertisement.


Copyright ©2008-2016 EnchantedLearning.com ------ How to cite a web page