Comfort Levels Experiment or Challenge

Watch this video to give context to this activity.

Part 1 – create your own plot of this graphic with the temperatures and humidity of where you live

Part 2 – use your own chart:

  • Using your weather station, measure the temperature and relative humidity in as many rooms as possible.
  • Plot your findings on your Comfort Level chart
  • Which room are you most comfortable in?
  • Are you a “winter” or a “summer” person, based on your choice of room?

 The above chart is for Hawaii

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