When I think about famous scientists, Albert Einstein is the first name I usually think of! He is usually one of the first scientists your children will learn about in Science, specifically when they are taking Physics. Einstein is best known for his theory of relativity and the equation E=MC2. He was also the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
This post is part of the Famous Scientists Series
Biography of Albert Einstein:
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1859. This is also why many people like to study and learn about him on Pi Day. He was a German mathematician and theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, which he won the Nobel Prize for in 1921. This theory is one of the two pillars of modern physics today.
He has a had such an amazing influence in math and science culture. Einstein is known for his genius mind, his creativity, deep thoughts and insightful quotes. You also can’t ever forget his wild and unruly hair that created almost a character out of him.
You can read more of the biography of his entire life at Biography.com. This goes into detail about his family life including his children and his different marriages and affairs so read with caution.
This biography of Albert Einstein from Encylopedia Brittanica has a great breakdown of what he is known for and his influence on Science. There is also a video you can show your children, that is an overview of his life and his career.
Printable biography of Einstein with related hands on activities from Teacher Vision
Albert Einstein Genius Inventor and Scientist Biography for Kids – Ducksters
Recommended Resource: Famous People Notebook: Scientists
Explore the life and work of 10 scientists that changed history. Our biographical unit studies include text, comprehension questions, written narration, and answers.
If you are wanting your kids to learn about this famous scientist you will enjoy these FREE Printables and Resources About Albert Einstein.
FREE Albert Einstein Printables:
Lots of Albert Einstein printables from Thought Co. There are: word searches, vocabulary words, alphabet activities, drawing and writing pages, coloring pages and more.
All About Albert Einstein Worksheet – Education.com
E=MC2 Energy Equation Worksheet – Education.com
Albert Einstein Notebooking Page – Homeschool Helper Online
Albert Einstein Lesson Plans – Brain Pop Educators
Albert Einstein Experiments for Kids – Study.com
Teach Kids to be Curious Like Einstein – Math Geek Mama
How to Draw Albert Einstein – EZ Cartoons
Albert Einstein English Lesson with questions – Famous People Lessons
Fascinating Facts About Pi Day and Birthday Boy Albert Einstein – Biography.com
Einstein’s Innovative Thinking Lesson Plans for Highschool – PBS Learning Media
Albert Einstein Printables: worksheets, notebooking pages and more – Activity Village
Albert Einstein Lesson Plans and Quantum Physics Minecraft Mod – Kids Creative Chaos
Einstein’s Famous Quotes:
Over 50 Educational themed printable quote posters by Albert Einstein from Unique Teaching Resources
Einstein Quotes on Teaching and Learning by Homeschool with Love
Top 25 Albert Einstein Quotes with Images – AZ Quotes
50 Albert Einstein Quotes with Images for Success In Life – Quote Ideas
Printable Albert Einstein Quotes – Lines Across
Websites About Albert Einstein:
Albert Einstein Facts, quotes and trivia from Science Kids
Albert Einstein Biography, Theories and Quotes from Space.com
Brain Pop Kids: Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein Facts for Kids – Cool Kid Facts
The Einstein Papers Project is a database with 80,000 records of all known Einstein manuscripts and correspondence. You can also search the full text of 2,000 digitized items on the website.
These are great books to read aloud or to assign your children to read when learning about Albert Einstein:
Albert Einstein and Relativity for Kids: His Life and Ideas with 21 Activities and Thought Experiments (For Kids series)Who Was Albert Einstein?On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein I am Albert Einstein (Ordinary People Change the World)National Geographic Readers: Albert Einstein (Readers Bios)Albert Einstein : The Genius Who Failed School Albert Einstein: 75 Fascinating Facts For KidsI Am #2: Albert Einstein
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