Introduce your upper elementary and middle school students to famous inventors with these Famous Inventors Biographies and matching Bulletin Board. These science reading comprehension passages and questions are the perfect way to connect science, social studies and reading. The high interest, non-fiction passages give your 3rd through 7th grade students the opportunity to connect science, social studies, and language arts while also focusing on reading comprehension and summarization. The Famous Inventors Biographies Science Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions are perfect to use any time of the year. Use as part of an inventors of the month activity, science or social studies inventors unit, morning work, ELA or science center, or print each page to put together in a famous inventors biography book for each student. Use this set as a no prep printable resource, or use it with EASEL to convert to a digital activity your students can complete on their electronic devices. With 80 pages in this download, you will have science reading comprehension passages and questions to last you the entire year and a matching classroom display.
My favorite part? The fact that you can display the inventors around your classroom, too! Connect the bulletin board to what your students are learning about.
The Famous Inventors Biographies Science Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions set includes:
- 10 non-fiction articles
- 10 Question pages (one for each inventor)
- 2 Additional question pages with 3 questions for each inventor
The Inventors Bulletin board Resource includes:
- Labels for each famous inventor (name of inventor, years of life, description of what they invented)
- Full size printable page of inventor in color
- Full size printable page of inventor in black/white
- Bulletin Board Letters (2 Options): Famous Inventors, World Changers
This resource includes informational text, images, and titles for:
- Amelia Earhart
- Benjamin Franklin
- Thomas Edison
- Albert Einstein
- Marie Curie
- Steve Jobs
- Johannes Gutenberg
- Wright Brothers
- Eli Whitney
- George Washington Carver
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