Worksheet: Celsius

In this worksheet, we will practice how to measure temperature in Celsius, how to read it from a thermometer, and how to extract temperature degrees from a table.

Q1:

Before sunrise on a particular day, the temperature was 17C. After sunrise, the temperature went up 3C. If the day’s high temperature was 25C, how much higher did the temperature get after sunrise?

Q2:

The body temperature of a snake is the same as its environment. If it was 29C outside, and then it dropped to 24C, determine by how much the snake’s body temperature would decrease.

Q3:

The body temperature of a snake is the same as its environment. If it was 18C outside, and then it dropped to 12C, determine by how much the snake’s body temperature would decrease.

Q4:

Before sunrise on a particular day, the temperature was 20C. After sunrise, the temperature went up 4C. If the day’s high temperature was 31C, how much higher did the temperature get after sunrise?

Q5:

Olivia is wearing her scarf, a wool hat, and an overcoat. Is the temperature 2C or 38C?

Q6:

Write the temperature shown on the given thermometer in degrees Celsius.

Q7:

Which thermometer shows a temperature of 40C?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q8:

Write the temperature shown on the given thermometer in degrees Celsius.

Q9:

Find the difference in temperature between thermometer A and thermometer B in degrees Celsius.

Q10:

Write the temperature shown on the given thermometer in degrees Celsius.

Q11:

Benjamin is wearing shorts, sunglasses, and a pair of sandals. Is the outdoor temperature 2C or 38C?

Q12:

Which of these is a unit for measuring temperature?

  • AThermometer
  • BHour
  • CMeter
  • DDegree Celsius

Q13:

What is the average body temperature of a human being?

Q14:

The boiling point of water is C.

Q15:

The table shows the hottest and coldest temperatures in some cities. Which city has the highest temperature?

City𝐴𝐵𝐶𝐷
Hottest Temperature29C34C31C39C
Coldest Temperature18C25C21C27C
  • A𝐴
  • B𝐵
  • C𝐷
  • D𝐶

Q16:

One day, the highest temperature was 40C. Which of these could have been the lowest temperature on that day?

  • A21C
  • B41C
  • C40C
  • D42C

Q17:

The table shows the hottest and coldest temperatures in some cities. Which city has the highest “coldest temperature”?

CityRomeViennaGenevaStockholmLondon
Hottest Temperature23C13C19C17C10C
Coldest Temperature17C7C13C9C3C
  • AGeneva
  • BLondon
  • CVienna
  • DRome
  • EStockholm

Q18:

What is the freezing point of water?

Q19:

What is the temperature at which water becomes ice?

Q20:

What is the temperature at which water boils?

Q21:

What is the difference in temperature between thermometer A and thermometer B, where the thermometers measure temperature in degrees Celsius?

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