This is a set of 26 flashcards to help students study the Industrial Revolution. Cards in this set include Industrial Revolution, Reasons the Industrial Revolution Started in Britain, Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, Division of Labor, Invisible Hand, Capitalism, Monopoly, John Kay, James Hargreaves, Richard Arkwright, Edmund Cartwright, James Watt, Samuel Slater, Steam Engine, Spread of the Industrial Revolution, John McAdam, Turnpike, Francis Egerton, Erie Canal, Robert Fulton, George Stephenson, The Pony Express, Early Problems with Railroads in America, Samuel Morse, and the Telegraph.
There are 2 versions of each card. One has blank backs for students to fill in themselves. The other has the information already filled in. Use the blank cards to help students practice good study habits and note taking. Use the pre-filled cards as normal flashcards.
I've also included mini-versions of the cards that you can print and use to play concentration! These cards have short clues to make it easier to play the game.
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