Temperature Math Applied Skills - Measurement and Data: Temperature with Tables and Graphs. This set of applied math skills materials for grades 3 and 4 features graphs and data tables related to measurement of temperature with leveled sets of questions for differentiation. Materials are aligned to Common Core math standards for third grade and fourth grade related to measurement of temperature and data.
Your students will need to apply a variety of math skills to complete these, including use of the 4 operations to solve problems (3.OA.A.3, 3.OA.D.8, 4.MD.A.2), drawing and interpreting picture graphs and bar graphs (3.MD.B.3, RI.4.7), interpreting temperature measurement on thermometers, understanding temperature, and using information presented in tables.
Each graph or table comes with 2-3 leveled sets of questions for differentiation, plus a non-leveled page (see the table of contents in preview or thumbnail). There is also a two-page worksheet about converting from Celsius to Fahrenheit that middle elementary students can understand.
These are the types of problems you often see in applied skills sections of standardized tests, for which there are few prep materials. Please check back for math applied skills materials dealing with other standards in the future.
Full answer key included.
For data and measurement problems related to time:
Time with Graphs and Tables Applied Skills