Celebrate Children’s Book Week: FREE Celsius & Fahrenheit Printable
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Celebrate Children’s Book Week: FREE Celsius & Fahrenheit Printable


Whether you’re discovering the world with a suitcase or a book, part of the adventure is bumping up against new ways of understanding old things. For instance, if it’s 30 degrees in Cancun, will you regret spending your vacation there? Not if you remember that Mexico uses Celsius and the US uses Fahrenheit.

In celebration of Children’s Book Week, we’ve created a fun printable that helps kids understand the difference between the two temperature scales. Here’s another fun fact: only five countries still use the Fahrenheit scale—the Bahamas, Belize, the Cayman Islands, Palau, and the United States.

Download FREE Temperature Printable!