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# Hot and Cold Temperature - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Hot and Cold Temperature. Performance Task. Virtual Field Trip. Welcome to the North Pole!. Traveler’s Diary. Use your traveler’s diary to Tell the world about your trip. Part One. Use this thermometer and video to answer the questions for part 1. Part Two. Your dog, Fluffy, is

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### Hot and Cold Temperature

Virtual Field Trip

Use your traveler’s diary to

• Use this thermometer and video to answer the questions for part 1.

• Your dog, Fluffy, is

• Coming along to

• Keep you company.

• She will stay warm

• Because of her long fur.

• AHHH!!!!

• Watch out for Polar Bears along the way!

Part TWo

• Watch this video. Compare how dogs and polar bears stay warm.

Polar Bears

• In Canada, we have thermostats that change the temperature inside our houses. You will be staying in an igloo.

• Watch this video to help you describe how igloos will keep you warm.

• You must cook your food over a fire. Read these safety tips to answer part 4.

Wear gloves

Never leave food being cooked. (You might burn it and cause a fire)

• Oh No! Along the way you feel kind of funny. You decide to check your temperature.

42 degrees celsius

• Make a container for Santa’s treasure. This container must keep his treasure warm (must be a good insulator.

• Materials:

• You have finally reached the North Pole. You can give Santa his treasure. You made it!