Story of Inventions 2ed Answer Key
Extremely interesting 280-page reader about discoveries and inventions from the 1600's to the 1980's. Comprehension questions included. 2nd Ed.
Materials that cover scientific developments through history, famous scientists, inventors and inventions.
How is daily life today different than it was 50, 100, or 500 years ago? Much of the difference centers around inventions that have enabled each one of us to do more, for less cost, than our ancestors would have dreamed possible. The Story of Inventions tells how we got from there to here. Covering both inventor and invention, this book describes the importance of major innovations that we now take for granted. Learn about the invention of steam and electric engines, steel, reaper, cotton gin, sewing machine, printing press, telegraph and telephone, television, computer and submarine. Captivating reading for any aspiring engineer. Revised, 2nd edition.
Teach reading skills using this God-honoring program filled with enriching and interesting reading material. Throughout this series, students read children- and history-oriented stories. Grade K emphasizes phonics instruction (2 books of single-syllable, short vowel, words; 2 books use multi-syllable words, long-vowel sounds). Grade 1 reinforces and applies these phonics skills. Grade 2 assumes students have a good grasp of phonics, so the series then shifts to progressively more challenging vocabulary and reading and emphasizes reading comprehension. Grade 3 stories span a broad history, including ancient and Bible. Grades 4-5 emphasize American history readings. Grade 6 highlights abridged and revised selections from classic authors. Some levels require Teachers' Manuals, student activities, and tests.