1. Click on the Environment
2. On the map of Canada,
click on Prince Edward Island. (Careful:
click on the
and not on the label!)
3. On the map of PEI, click
4. Record the forecasted
high and low temperatures for today, and for each of
next four days. Click here
to download a worksheet on which to collect
5. On the navigation bar
at the top of the page, click on "Weather" to go back to
map of Canada.
6. Click on "Whitehorse"
, and then record the forecasted high and low
for the next four days.
7. Use the information
you recorded to create a line graph. Mark the dates of
you recorded high and low temperatures for along the bottom of the
the left side of the graph, mark temperatures (for example, from
0 ° C to
C). The temperatures you mark should include all of the high and
you recorded for both cities.
8. Start by marking all of
the high temperatures for Charlottetown with a dot.
connect these dots with a solid line (use a coloured pencil). Then
low temperatures with dots and use a broken line of the same colour
9. Follow the same steps
to add the high and low temperatures for Whitehorse
graph. Use a different colour of pencil.
10. Create a legend to explain
what the different colours and the solid and
broken lines mean.
11. Use your graph to answer
the following questions:
a) In which city did
the high temperatures change
b) In which city did
the low temperatures change