FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets

Published:
October 26, 2019

Bonnie Rose Hudson

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Give your children a chance to discover 400 inventors from history with these FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets.  Scroll to the bottom of the post for a free instant download!

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Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets

Your kids are probably familiar with who invented the telephone or the incandescent light bulb. They might remember who invented the sewing machine or the printing press. But do they know who invented the hundreds of other inventions that have shaped society and changed our lives?

Do they know who invented macadam, waterproof fabric, cell phones, or early computers? And what about all the fun things that have been invented over the years like beach balls, computer mice, and the chocolate chip cookie?

Explore History with Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets

Studying inventors and inventions is a fun way to explore history, and these FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets can be your guide. You’ll find a list of 400 inventors, arranged alphabetically, along with:

  • their date of birth
  • their date of death
  • what they invented
  • when they invented it

You’ll also find a list of the inventors and their inventions that includes the same information arranged chronologically by invention date.

Whether your kids want to study the history of inventions or something more specific like the history of inventions related to communications, the military, music, computers, or many other themes, this list is an indispensable resource.

Learn even more about inventors and inventions

You’ll find lots of information here that can serve as a springboard to discovering more than you ever imagined!

For example, did you know that Clarence Birdseye invented a fast and efficient way to freeze food only two years before Robert Goddard invented a liquid-fueled rocket engine? Or would you be surprised to learn that high-definition television was first invented in the 1930s?

Click here to download –> FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets

Free Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets 400 Inventors & 400+ Inventions Included

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