Temperature Games

As children begin learning how to measure temperature, there are many exciting temperature games that can be incorporated into their daily learning, both at school and at home. Teaching hot and cold and the measurements involved can be introduced with ease to young learners through Turtle Diary's collection of temperature games online. Our temerature math games are designed to tackle even the most complex aspects of temperature in a manner that is easy to comprehend.

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While children at that age may not have the capacity to see the difference between types of units or conversion between units, they can certainly understand that numbers can represent physical notions, including playing basic measuring temperature games. Promoting this type of learning between the ages of three and six can lead to more significant capacities and interest in learning math as children move into their elementary school years. By the third grade, children are very capable of understanding whether or not a particular temperature is reasonable for an item or not-for instance, is 100 degrees Farhenheit a reasonable temperature for an ice cube? By the fifth grade, students will realize that this is not indeed a resonable answer. Temperature games for kids, such as those available on TurtleDiary.com, allow parents and teachers to expand their students' knowledge beyond the classroom with fun and engaging tools.


This particular game from TurtleDiary.com provides children an option to choose between different units of temperature measurement-Celsius, Fahrenheit or Kelvin-in order to match different objects with their true temperature. Children not only improve their understanding of the topic of temperature and energy, but also logic and strategic thinking.