Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster

Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
Thomas Edison Collaboration Poster
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Thomas Edison Pop Art Andy Warhol Style! Your students will absolutely go crazy over this poster. This poster is the prefect supplement to any study of Thomas Edison, STEM or famous scientists. Kids will really love the fun pop art colors of the four Thomas Edison images and if you don’t want to use all 4 you can use less of them – or arrange them however you would like.

Art with Jenny K. collaboration posters are great for any age and are designed to complement or supplement any lesson or unit. They are the perfect anticipatory set to pique your students’ interest or a great extension to finish your studies with a WOW. Your students will be talking about this Pop Art Thomas Edison poster for weeks to come and will always remember exactly which piece was “theirs” when they see it on display!

Other scientists available:
Famous Scientists BUNDLE
Albert Einstein
Benjamin Franklin
George Washington Carver
Marie Curie

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Poster #1: Thomas Edison Coloring Collaboration Poster
This lesson is very easy. Each student is given one section of a large mosaic poster to color according to the instructions on each sheet. Once all sheets are colored and cut out they are then assembled to reveal a large multi-colored mosaic/poster/mural of Thomas Edison in various colors. You will need crayons, colored pencils or markers in green, pink, red, yellow, light green, purple, blue and orange.

Poster Details
~36 pages
~6 x 6 grid
~Final poster: Approx. 42 in. x 42 in. (depending on your printer settings).
Colors needed: pink/green, yellow/red, light green/purple and orange/blue (in crayons, markers or colored pencils).

Some teachers like to show their students what they will be making (that is why I have included a final example) and others like to keep it a secret until the end for a really fun surprise!

Poster #2: Thomas Edison Drawing Collaboration Poster
~ Ideal for middle school and high school students ~
This lesson is not hard but is more challenging than the coloring version in lesson #1. In this lesson, each student will draw their own grid piece using a small version of their assigned gridcell as a reference. Once the pieces are drawn and cut out, the classroom poster can be assembled. This lesson engenders a lot of cooperation among students to get all of the drawings within the individual gridcells to line up well and to produce a nice looking final poster of Thomas Edison. This is all about working together!

BONUS Activities
I have created a variety of handouts that individual students can work on when they are finished with their poster piece. The handouts are for a variety of levels so you can find one that fits your grade level. Included are:
~Unscramble the portrait drawing
~Unscramble the portrait cut and paste (with two grid variations)
~Thomas Edison coloring page.

You may also like my We HEART Science collaboration poster.

Teachers love to color and that's why I made some coloring pages just for teacher...they are FREE and can be found by clicking here.

Thank you for making art with your students!
Jenny K.

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