There’s something about trains that captures the imagination. They whisk us away to distant places. Their gears and almost countless moving parts fascinate kids. They’ve changed the course of nations and history. Now your kids can learn about 44 historic trains with this FREE Famous Trains Notebooking Research Journal.
With this FREE Famous Trains Notebooking Research Journal, students can research historic trains and record:
- where each was built
- when each was built
- what each train’s main route was
- what some of each train’s key features were
- other interesting facts they learn along the way
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From the Cannonball Express and Stephenson’s “Rocket” to Odakyu 3000 and Tokaido Shinkansen, they’ll learn about the trains that made history, connected nations and communities, and set new records along with some trains that are still running today.
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Come aboard and discover history through the history of trains!
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