Digital thermometers are an essential part of any first-aid kit and can help to keep you healthy and alert you of any health problems. How well do you know the parts though? Let’s create our own, and take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw two straight, parallel lines on the left of your page. As you reach the right, flare these out towards the corners of the page.
Add a curved shape to the left of this, like a “backward C” shape.
Then, connect this to the left lines with two straight, parallel lines.
Add a curved line to the end of the flared section, and another straight line at the tip of the thermometer.
Add two curved lines facing one another in the center of this, and then use a ruler to draw connect the curved sections with a straight line at the top and bottom.
Add a circle in the right end of this, and a rectangle shape to the left with curved corners.
Separate the circles into two sections with a diagonal line, and add a straight, vertical line to the left section, and a circle in the right section, with a short line at the top.
Fill in the rectangle with the temperature in square numbers – 36.6 degrees C.
Use the ruler to draw a straight, vertical line at the right end of the thermometer.
Grab a gray pen, and shade the tip of the thermometer and the shaped section on the right.
Use a blue pen for the outer sections…
And then use a black pen and a ruler to add a series of straight, vertical lines, tipped with arrows, at the ends, the numbers, and the circle.
Label these parts from left to right – “Sensor”, “Display Window”, “On/Off button”, and “Battery Cover”.
Now, you have all of the information that you need to read and understand a digital thermometer at any time – perfect for keeping you all safe and healthy!