Inventor anchor chart. Would be a great small group activity. Assign one inventor to each group. Have them list the name of the inventor, date of the invention, 3 facts about the inventor, and how the invention helps us. Could also include a journal entry by having students in each group write about what it would be like if we didn't have the invention today.
This reading passage covers the basic and most important information about Alexander Graham Bell. Five comprehension questions are included. Answer keys included! If you are in interested in more, check out my: Famous American Reading Passages Pack
With a title poster, here is a lovely set of 19 A5 printable posters showing a variety of Victorian toys. Excellent for a historical topic display or as a discussion starter or even as a visual word bank/ word wall. Visit our TpT store for more information and for other classroom display resources by clicking on the provided links.
Victorian Inventions - Treetop Displays - 12 A4 posters giving key information about famous Victorian inventions. Each invention reveals who it was invented by, the year it was invented and an interesting fact. Great for topic discussion and as a unique display! Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).
A thaumatrope was a hugely popular toy in Victorian times, a kind of old-school stop motion trick, or an old-school show with only one channel. With the wonder of persistence of vision, a bird magically transported into a cage with just a twirl of a string.