Need a reference chart for your chemistry, physics, or IPC course? Looking for something that visually demonstrates the differences between US customary units and metric units? Want something that has a ton of cool facts that your students can spend hours studying to find them all? Need it to be in friendly, engaging colors? LOOK NO FURTHER!
One side is jam packed with dozens of different conversion factors. Length, velocity, area, mass, acceleration, force, pressure, work, power, temperature, and heat are included. The other side shows the seven base units of the SI unit system. This includes copious pictures, neat little facts, and an incredible level of detail. I've often just made a scavenger hunt out of this reference to encourage my students to study it. You can spend an hour just staring at it, the clear visuals enhancing and elaborating the lessons you teach on units and conversions. Perfect for any science classroom!
This is part of a series of lessons on Data and Measurements in Science from No More Boring Science.
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