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Scientists and Inventors


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We are going to start adding some inventors and scientists studies into our science lessons and I thought I would share some of the things we will be using. 🙂 This will probably be a looooong list…. LOL

 

 

Books

From our personal library

DK Eyewitness Books: Invention

DK Eyewitness Invention

 

DK Eyewitness Books: Great Scientists

DK Eyewitness Great Scientists   (I don’t have this one yet.)

 

Women Inventors series by Jean F. Blashfield

 

 

MacMillan Profiles: Scientists & Inventors (1 Vol.)

MacMillan Profiles Scientists and Inventors

 

 

Inventors (Library of Congress)

Inventors – A Library of Congress Book 

 

Eureka!: Great Inventions and How They Happened

Eureka! Great Inventions and How They Happened 

 

 

 

Kindle Books – most free

 

Stories of Great Inventors Fulton, Whitney, Morse, Cooper, Edison

 

Stories of Great Inventors

 

Stories of Invention, Told by Inventors and their Friends

Stories of Invention, Told by Inventors and Their Friends 

 

 

Book 5: The Extra-Ordinary Scientist (Fassa Tails)

The Extra-Ordinary Scientist  – This was free. Keep checking back.

If you are looking for a specific inventor or scientist just search the Kindle store to see what is available.

 

 

 Printables –

 

Inventors and Inventions – Homeschool Share  – always free

Inventions worksheets – School Express – always free

Inventors Notebooking Pages – Unit Studies and Notebooking – free

Scientists Notebooking Pages – Notebooking Fairy  – free

Famous People Notebooking Pages – Activity Village – you will have to scroll through to find the ones you want – free

Inventors and Inventions Notebooking – The First Grade Parade 

Great Inventors Notebooking – Currclick – $10

The Great Inventors Lapbook – Currclick – $13

Inventor’s Daily Digest Magazine Activity Fun – Currclick – 50 cents

 

Online Resources and Activities –

Inventors Resources – The Home School Mom 

Play Dough Inventor’s Workshop – The Imagination Tree

DIY Young Inventor’s Kit – Desert Wind

Science and Technology Biographies 

Reverse Engineering – The Homeschool Scientist

Biographies for Kids – Garden of Praise

Scientists Lesson Plans

 

 

 

If you are wanting to learn about a specific scientist or inventor then you should Google, Google and Google! LOL Also, don’t forget to search SquidooPinterest, and Homeschool Share!

 

 

Thomas Edison’s Birthday is next month!

Thomas Edison: Young Inventor (Childhood of Famous Americans Series)

Thomas A. Edison – Childhood of Famous Americans – This is a large series! We have several of them and they are all great!

 

 

Who Was Thomas Alva Edison? (Who Was...? (PB))

Who Was Thomas Alva Edison?

This is part of a big series of books. We have several of them and they are wonderful!

 

 

Inventing the Future: A Photobiography of Thomas Alva Edison

Inventing the Future – A Photobiography of Thomas Alva Edison

 

 

Thomas Edison : The Great American Inventor (A Short Biography for Children)

Thomas Edison The Great American Inventor

This title was free for Kindle. Keep checking back. Also, there is a whole series of  books and they usually have one or two free all the time.

 

Thomas Alva Edison Curriculum

Thomas Edison Project Pack – In the Hands of a Child – on sale for $6

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments on: "Scientists and Inventors" (8)

  1. I hate science.. but you make it look fun ..
    How does your house hold all those books?? ha.. I bet you have thousands..ha Do you
    save all your lessons of the older kids to pass down to the younger ones,when they get there? And do you teach the same subject to all kids at the same time? wow…I admire you home school moms, I know this has to be difficult..
    Sending prayers for you and family.
    ps.. hope your fibro is better today.

    • Thank you so much, Judy!!!!

      I tend to do it a little bit differently for each child. Some like more hands on and some just want to read and write. LOL
      We do have a LOT of books! LOL I love it! 😉

  2. We are studying Edison this week! A great selection of resources!

  3. These are great resources. I’m hoping to move from curriculum science to scientist study. These will be very handy! Thank you.

  4. What a great collection of resources! I’ve pinned it to come back to as we study scientists.

    Thanks for linking up to Science Sunday!

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