# Heat and Temperature Science Game Online

This page features a heat and temperature science game. In physics, both concepts are related. For the temperature of an object to rise, it has to be heated over a period of time. Heating sources include fire, the sun and the Earth's crust. The instrument used for measuring temperature is a thermometer. It is an easy tool to use and students can learn to do so easily. In this game, students will learn both concepts and more. Click and start learning. 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades.

## Heat and Temperature Quiz Questions

When two systems, or bodies, are brought together, heat will always transfer from the ______ system to the ______ system.

1. Colder, hotter
2. Larger, smaller
3. Hotter, colder
4. Denser, less dense

Heating a substance causes its molecules to ______.

1. Move faster
2. Move slower
3. Stop moving
4. Explode violently

According to the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), what is the standard room temperature?

1. 18 °C
2. 25 °C
3. 30 °C
4. 37 °C

A calorie is a special unit of energy. It is equal to the amount of heat needed to change the temperature of 1 ____ of water by 1 degree ______.

1. Gram, Fahrenheit
2. Gram, Celsius
3. Gram, Kelvin
4. Gram, Rankine

One calorie is equal to ______ Joules.

1. 0.4184
2. 4.184
3. 41.84
4. 481.4

This refers to the change in a substance’s size due to heating.

1. Thermal expansion
2. Thermal shrinkage
3. Thermal extension
4. Domain expansion

What kind of heat transfer is observed in microwaves; infrared, visible, or ultraviolet light; and gamma rays?

1. Convection
2. Conduction
4. All of the above

Which of these does not correspond to the freezing and boiling point of water?

1. 0 °C and 96 °C
2. 32 °F and 212 °F
3. 273.15 K and 373.13 K
4. 491.67 °R and 671.64 °R

What is the average body temperature of a human being in Celsius?

1. 18.7 °C
2. 24.6 °C
3. 30 °C
4. 37 °C

What number do you add to a temperature in Celsius to convert it to Kelvin?

1. 183
2. 213
3. 243
4. 273

Convert 37.6 °C to Fahrenheit.

1. 97.6 °F
2. 98.4 °F
3. 99.2 °F
4. 99.7 °F

This process refers to the production of thermal energy by burning fuel.

1. Thermoregulation
2. Incineration
3. Combustion
4. Conflagration

Which device measures the change in thermal energy?

1. Barometer
2. Thermometer
3. Frying pan
4. Calorimeter

In severe hypothermia, a person’s body temperature can fall to as low as 82 degrees Fahrenheit. What temperature is that in Celsius?

1. 24.78 °C
2. 27.78 °C
3. 29.78 °C
4. 31.78 °C

According to the First Law of Thermodynamics…

1. Energy can be created but never destroyed
2. Energy can be destroyed but never created
3. Energy can be both created or destroyed
4. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed