The Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain in the 1700’s, when machines were first used
To produce items that had previously been made by hand. The Industrial Revolution was not a
A war fought with soldiers or guns, but it changed society and the individual’s role in society as
As completely as any war ever could.
*Teaching Resources (to refresh your mind and draw students into the topic)
FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF OUR DAILY ACTIVITIES Visit Our daily lessons of the Industrial Revolution
This unit includes studies on the following:
Inventions/Inventors - notebooking pages and resources
Child Labor - see daily lessons week 2
Watt and Fulton - see daily lessons Week 1 day 1
(Authors and artists of the time)
Frank Lloyd Wright
England (during the Age of Industrialization emphasis on a child's life)
This is FAR from an exhaustive list! Please feel free to contact me to add your lap book, worksheets, lesson plans and unit studies in this era.
HANDS ON ACTIVITIES