Showing 13 experiments that use the PASPORT Temperature Sensor.

High School / Chemistry

Phase Change

Students will use a wireless temperature sensor to determine the affect of phase change on the temperature of a substance.

Elementary

Mixing Water

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to observe that mixing hot and cold water results in a new, averaged temperature.

Elementary

Exploring Temperatures

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to explore temperature changes. This lab will help students recognize temperature as a measurement...

Elementary

Hot and Cold

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to observe the property of temperature. Students will learn that this property can be measured...

Elementary

Freezing and Melting Water

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to measure the temperature of water in different forms. Students will learn that water can exist...

Elementary

Feeling and Measuring Temperature

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to compare the results of measuring temperature to how the temperature feels.

Elementary

Cars and Heat

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to determine how the temperature inside a car parked in the sun compares to the temperature of...

Elementary

Temperature and Change

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to determine how temperature effects the time it takes for a sugar cube to dissolve or an antacid...

Elementary

Keeping Warm

In this lab, students will use a temperature sensor to understand which materials conduct heat and which don’t, and why they do or don’t.

Elementary

Heating Land and Water

In this lab, students will use a temperature sensor to identify the property that allows some materials to heat up faster than others. Students...

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