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What is Heat?

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BC: Calor heat in Spanish

FC: HEAT | What is Heat? by Camelia Lincoln

2: What is the opposite of Hot? | The hotter the day the more the temperature increases!

3: The sun is part of the solar system | The opposite of hot is cold and it is an antonym!

4: Boiling water

5: Hot water has faster molecules of heat than cold water but the amount of faster molecules in hot water also plays a role in changing the temperature of the amount of water is mix with. | What do we use to measure temperature? A thermometer!

6: Summertime!

7: It will make us thirsty when we sweat and hot! This is the reason our body craves cold things like Popsicles!

8: The sun is a source of heat

9: Heat can change temperatures

11: Use sunblock lotion to protect you for the heat coming from the UVB rays of the sun

13: Fun day in the sun! | Jumping Jacks are a type of exercise that makes the body temperature rise up!

14: Fun in the Sun! | Use thinking concept maps to remember the facts on Heat

15: Always have a blast at the beach! | Create your own concept maps!

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About This Mixbook

  • Title: What is Heat?
  • This book is related to the lesson on heat & temperature. Area of study: Science/English Language Arts Reading Teachers: Grade Level: 2nd TEKS: Science: 112.13.5 (B) compare changes in materials caused by heating and cooling. Content Objective: The students will learn how different sources of heat can cause change. Rationale: Compare and contrasting, heating and cooling, and the change of temperatures. Language Arts: 110.13.5 (C) identify and use common words that are opposite (antonyms) in meaning. Language Objective: Student will read about the effects of heat and how it is related to changes in temperature in order to find new vocabulary and the antonyms of these words.
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