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an old log cabin with the words long ago versus today written in black on it
Emily Hutchison
Do you need to show your students images of objects from long ago? This is a PowerPoint Presentation that you can project to help your students compare and contrast the past and present. These objects are from the late 1800s to early 1900s. The purpose of the PowerPoint is to help your students compare and contrast through discussion.
a white sign with writing on it that says inventors, steve jobs, thomas jefferson and george franklin
Inventors!
The Adventures of a K/1 Teacher: Inventors!
an old man holding a sign that says now and then on the cover of a children's book
Inventors!
The Adventures of a K/1 Teacher: Inventors!
several cards with pictures of people on them sitting on a green table top next to a refrigerator
Inventors!
The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: Inventors!
an old man sitting at a table surrounded by antiques
Timeless Thomas: How Thomas Edison Changed Our Lives, another great text for an inventors unit
three cartoon characters are standing in front of a black and white chevroned background
Inspiring Inventors {FREEBIE}
Inspiring Inventors {FREEBIE}
an image of a printable paper with the words inventor and invention written on it
inventors and inventions.pdf
inventors and inventions.pdf
a man is holding something in his hand
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Famous Inventors & Inventions
a table topped with paper cut outs and crafting supplies on top of pink papers
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Ideas for teaching about inventions - FREEBIE in this post, too!
an advertisement for new inventions with four light bulbs and the words, our new inventions
FREE! Feb, 11 is Thomas Edison's birthday and Inventors' Day. Download these FREE "My Bright Idea - New Invention" light bulb writing templates AND matching bulletin board banner. This free download link is available from Feb. 1 - 14, 2013.
a white sign with writing on it that says inventors, steve jobs, thomas jefferson and george franklin
Inventors!
The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: Inventors!
a drawing of various types of bicycles and cars, all drawn in one point perspective
100 years of inventions http://history-of-inventions.blogspot.com/