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  • $2.00

    This 24 page resource gives students an wonderful insight into the Industrial Revolution throughout the world.
    Includes:

    • The Beginnings of Industrialization
    • Inventions
    • Industrialization- Changes Ways of Life
    • The Spread of Industrialization (into the U.S.)
    • Age of Reforms (including the rise of Socialism and Capitalism vs Marxism)
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  • To Honor All Children - Holocaust-Curriculum
    FREE

    This resource is a FREE resource to promote Holocaust education. This resource is from the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education

    This is a 5th-8th Grade Holocaust / Genocide Curriculum
    (179 pages)

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  • $1.50

    This resource, Child Labor – Industrial Revolution Informational Text, will introduce your students to how the Industrial Revolution led to children working in factories and the conditions they endured.

    After students read the information, their comprehension and understanding will be assessed through 8 multiple choice questions and 2 short essay questions. One essay question will ask students to compare and contrast a factory child’s life (of the 1800s) to a life of a child today. The other is an opinion piece on what they believe is appropriate (and not appropriate) work for children. They will also be asked to make a chart of this information.

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    This resource will help students learn about Eli Whitney, the man, his inventions and his impact on the U.S. economy. Unit includes…

    • – Informational articles on Whitney, the cotton gin, cotton, and his economic influence
    • – Worksheets to assess understanding of matieral
    • – 10 Notebooking / Report pages
    • – Answer Keys
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    This resource will help students learn about Alexander Graham Bell, the man and his inventions. Unit includes…

    • – Informational article on Bell’s life and inventions
    • – Worksheets to assess understanding of material
    • – List of Patents granted to Bell
    • – 12 Notebooking / Report pages
    • – Answer Keys
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    This resource will teach students about the life of Samuel Morse his role in developing the telegraph. After reading the informational article, students will complete two worksheets to assess the comprehension of the material. On a third worksheet (short answer) students will be asked expanded learning and critical thinking questions. Answer keys provided.

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  • $5.00

    This resource will take students through a journey of learning...a journey learning about the Wright Brothers and the beginning of aviation while weaving lessons throughout various subjects: Art, Science, Math, Language Arts, Geography, Economics and even Health. This 83 page resource provides detailed lesson plans, student information, student worksheets and many hands-on, engaging student activities.

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    This resource will help students learn about Thomas Edison, the man, his inventions and his impact on our lives today. Unit includes…

    • – Informational article on Edison
    • – Timeline and list of important inventions
    • – Worksheets to assess understanding of matieral
    • – 14 Notebooking / Report pages
    • – Make your own light bulb experiment
    • – Answer Keys
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    This informational article will teach students about the life and accomplishments of Henry Ford. After reading, there are three worksheets for students to complete to help assess student comprehension. Answer Keys provided

     

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  • $3.00

    This is a downloadable copy of the book. (427 pages)
    About the book: Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor, scientist, and businessman who developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, the stock ticker, electric power, recorded music, the mechanical vote recorder and the light bulb, among many others. This biography discusses many facets of Edison’s life such as his boyhood years in Port Huron, Michigan, his time as a young telegraph operator, his time working and inventing in Boston, his inventing of the stock ticker, the phonograph, the telephone, the microphone, and the light bulb. You will learn of his world wide search for a supply of filament, and many details of his life not covered in other works of his life.

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  • $1.50

    This is a downloadable copy of the book. (30 pages)
    Excerpt from the book: Alexander Graham Bell – teacher, scientist, inventor, gentleman – was one whose life was devoted to the benefit of mankind with unusual success. Known throughout the world as the inventor of the telephone, he also made other inventions and scientific discovers of first importance, greatly advanced the methods and practices for teach the deaf and came to be admired and loved throughout the world for his accuracy of thought and expression.

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