Much like the tech revolution of modern times, the Industrial Revolution impacted just about every area of life and society in the 1800s and 1900s. New inventions and discoveries changed how people lived, worked, and even relaxed.
Help your students learn about 40 of the people who were a key part of these changes with this FREE People of the Industrial Revolution Notebooking unit.
From Richard Arkwright and Alexander Graham Bell to James Watt and John Wyatt, this FREE People of the Industrial Revolution Notebooking unit helps kids learn key information about each individual including:
- date and place of birth
- date and place of death
- significant invention(s) or contribution(s)
- interesting facts
- ways inventions or developments changed everyday life
Notebooking is a great way to encourage your students to develop independent research skills. You can even have them make notes about the sources they use, which is great practice for reports!
Just a few of the people students will learn about in this FREE People of the Industrial Revolution Notebooking unit include:
- Edmund Cartwright
- Walter P. Chrysler
- William Fothergill Cooke
- Samuel Crompton
- Thomas Alva Edison
- Michael Faraday
- John Fitch
- Robert Fulton
- Thomas Godfrey
- James Hargreaves
- John Kay
- Robert R. Livingston
- Francis Cabot Lowell
- John Loudon McAdam
- Thomas Newcomen
- Lewis Paul
- George M. Pullman
- Samuel Slater
- George Stephenson
- John Stevens
- Joseph Wilson Swan
- Eli Terry
- Seth Thomas
- Richard Trevithick
- Charles Wheatstone
- John Wilkinson
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Don’t miss these FREE history notebooking journals. They are a great way to add to your history curriculum!
If you are looking for fun projects to do alongside your studies of The Industrial Revolution, check out this resource. We love the Time Traveler’s Series!
Here are some fun books we think you’ll enjoy!
Spotlight on America: Industrial Revolution [Paperback] Tch Ed. Robert W SmithThe Industrial Revolution for Kids: The People and Technology That Changed the World, with 21 Activities (For Kids series)How Machines Changed Cultures : Industrial Revolution for Kids – History for Kids | Timelines of History for Kids | 6th Grade Social StudiesSteam, Steel and Spark: The People and Power Behind the Industrial Revolution
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