Keeping_Warm

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Keeping Warm Year 4 Lesson 1
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L.O To know that touch is not an  accurate way of judging temperature
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Touch  Touch is a method of  telling whether things are  hot or cold. Is it accurate? Why, Why  not?
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Experiment You have; A bowl of iced water Bowl of water at room  temperature Bowl of warm water Questions How can you judge the  temperatures? How could it be tested? Why can’t you tell how  hot the water is by  looking at it?
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Your activity Touch the items Draw and write ideas about how hot each is. What happens when you do this? Have one hand in the ice, one hand in the warm.  Then  put both hands in the bowl at room temperature.  Do you  notice anything different?
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Is it always easy to tell by using the sense of touch? What about if there were slight differences?
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Health and Safety Do not touch ice  immediately after it is  removed from the freezer. Water should be warm  rather than hot.
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How else can temperature be tested?
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Keeping Warm Lesson 2
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L.O. 
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L.O To use a thermometer to make careful  measurements of temperature using  standard measures. To know that temperature is a measure of how hot 
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