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Nine fun and creative Industrial Revolution writing and research projects. From thinking about a world without Thomas Edison to writing from a child worker's point of view to creating factory worker ads, your students will gain a better understanding of this important time in history. This resource provides a fantastic way for students to learn about the Industrial Revolution in a way that they love to learn. A print and go rubric and Industrial Revolution timeline is included. No-Prep, Just Print and Go!
A super way to integrate language arts and social studies!
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