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The Industrial Revolution Lap Book

The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
The Industrial Revolution Lap Book
Product Description
An informational lap book about the Industrial Revolution. This lap book is great to add to your teaching on this topic and have your students use it as a review station.
All mini books come with answers, photos or graphics. I have also included note booking pages beautifully decorated for this topic so your class can write even further.

Some of the photos used on this project are original photos from the era and others are graphics.

Please note, that as all of my lap books, I like including a lot of extra graphics. They are completely optional. In this download I have added a page for you to create 3D stickers to decorate the front of the lap book. (optional) If you want to do this activity please visit my blog post on that.

Details About the Lap Book
You will need two file folders and three card stock inserts to complete this project. Instructions are given in the way of completed project photos and a video in case you do not understand how to put it together.

Making 3D stickers

In this lap book the following info is included.
Vocabulary words (12 words)
8X10 poster page on facts before and after the Industrial Revolution in England.
Recipe for the Industrial Revolution. (Cut and Paste Activity)
Textile Factories ( cut and paste activity. This activity comes with graphics of the different textile machines) Spinning wheel, spinning jenny, water frame machine, spinning mule, and the distaff and spindle.
Important people of the Industrial Revolution (1st adn 2nd waves)
Eli Whitney
Robert Fulton
Dorothea Dix
James Watt
Henry Ford
Thomas Edison
Andrew Carnegie
John. D. Rockefeller
Alexander Graham Bell
Flashcards ( 8 photos of the era)
Industrial Revolution in the USA (cut and paste activity with maps)
Constructions of the Eerie Canal
Road Construction
The first transcontinental railroad
Industrial Revolution ( important facts to remember)
Samuel Slater
George Washington
Textile Factories in the US
Children of the Industrial Revolution
Women of the Industrial Revolution
The loom
Cultural Changes
U. S Industrial Wave.

Note booking Pages Details
The following topics will be on the note booking pages.

Slater Mills Factories
Samuel Slater
The Industrial Revolution
Rural Vs Urban Lifestyle
Children Labor
Women of the Industrial Revolution
Spinning Machines (2 pages)
Timeline
First and Second Wave

Please visit my blog before purchasing any of my products. and ask any questions you may have.

Industrial Revolution Lap Book

Thank you and Enjoy!!!

You may also browse through my other units

Henry Ford Lap Book

Thomas Alva Edison Lap Book

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Total Pages
36 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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