History of Science Timeline
This time line goes back to the ancient world of Pythagoras, Aristotle and Archimedes, to the medieval world of Copernicus and Galileo, up to the modern world of Edison and Einstein. With a total of twenty-one illustrations many of the world's most notable scientists will be brought to life for your student. All the figures are dated with a brief explanation concerning the discoveries of each individual. Your student will more fully appreciate the progress of science through the centuries.
With their dated illustrations of significant events and individuals, students cut and color the detailed drawings and paste them on two 6" x 34" card-stock strips which are scored and able to fold for convenient storage in the student notebook. Many students will mount their completed time lines on the wall. They stretch to nearly six feet in length!
Used in our History of Science study!
Introduce your students to biology, chemistry, and physics with biography-emphasized learning. Focusing on scientific principles and discoveries, this unique course highlights famous scientists: Archimedes, Galileo, da Vinci, Curie, Carver, Einstein, and more. To apply learning, guide your students with the concise Teacher Book directions. Students will complete a timeline, mapwork, science portfolios (with varied activities), and experiments from the required science encyclopedia. Most experiments involve household items, but you might enjoy the optional agar bacteria-growing, acid-indicator, or microscope-based experiments. Course required materials include the Teacher Guide, reading books, and timeline. The Guide lists the required resources and provides some additional readings, a brief Answer Key, Lab Report templates, and an appendix of experiments. Document 21 events with the Timeline (includes assembling guide and complete materials) which is available in 1 or 2-student options.
Materials that cover scientific developments through history, famous scientists, inventors and inventions.