George Washington Carver was born into slavery in Diamon, Missouri around 1864. He was orphaned as an infant and his birth date is unknown. He grew up to be one of the most prominent scientist and inventors of his time. Enjoy these FREE Printables, Unit Studies and Hands-On Activities about George Washington Carver.
If you enjoy unit studies in your homeschool you will love this series on famous inventors. Inventions are fascinating and inventors are so much fun to learn about. It is a great conversation when you talk to your kids about the inventions that were created and what our world would be without these things. Makes for a great history lesson and a lesson on appreciating what we have!
In this series I will be highlighting some well known inventors with free printables, unit studies and hands-on activities that pertain to the particular invention the inventor created. Your kids will love learning about these famous inventors and their inventions that have made a huge impact on how we live our lives today!
This week we are learning about George Washington Carver.
George Washington Carver was a botanist who is best known for the many uses he devised for the peanut. He invented over 100 products using the Southern Peanut crop! Carver was a scientific expert on plants that made him one of the most famous African-American intellectuals of his time. President Theodore Roosevelt admired his work and sought his advice on agricultural matters in the United States. Let’s explore these FREE Printables, Unit Studies, and Hands-On Activities about George Washington Carver.
George Washington Carver Coloring Page
George Washington Carver Botanist and Inventor Coloring Page
George Washington Carver Inventor Worksheet
George Washington Carver Reading Comprehension Passage
George Washington Carver History Worksheet
Carver Peanut Butter Recipe and Worksheet
George Washington Carver Famous American Mini Book
George Washington Carver Graphic Organizer
George Washington Carver Copywork and Notebooking Pages
10 Things You Need to Know About George Washington Carver from Top Inspired
George Washington Carver Unit Study from The Proverbial Homemaker
George Washington Carver and the Peanut: A Unit Study from Mercy is New
George Washington Carver Teaching Unit from Teach Beside Me
George Washington Carver Lesson Plan and Teaching Activities from Educators Brain Pop
George Washington Carver: Biography, Inventions and Quotes from Live Science
George Washington Carver Peanut Products from Tuskegee University
George Washington Carver’s Inventions from How Stuff Works
George Washington Carver Black History from History.com
George Washington Carver FREE Craftivity Project from Grade School Giggles
How to Make Peanut Butter While Learning About George Washington Carver
George Washington Carver Science Project Ideas and Resources from Carver Science Fair
Here are some fun videos that would go along great with a study of George Washington Carver:
George Washington Carver Famous Inventor Biography for Children
George Washington Carver “I’m a Peanut Let Me Be!”
Here are some great books that would go along great with a study of George Washington Carver:
Who Was George Washington Carver?
A Weed is a Flower: The Life of George Washington Carver
A Pocketful of Goobers: A Story about George Washington Carver
National Geographic Readers: George Washington Carver
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