Five Famous Inventors


“Five Famous Inventors” (PDF ebook) is a wonderful storybook for primary grades features the stories of inventors Robert Fulton (who invented the steamboat), Eli Whitney (cotton gin & mass production), Samuel Morse (the telegraph), Peter Cooper (the train) & Thomas Edison (electric lights, the phonograph, etc.).

This is a super easy and accessible read. It has a unique format, in that each sentence is a paragraph by itself, making it very easy for young folks to read and discuss.

Your young ones will really enjoy the stories of how these men overcame all sorts of odds to bring their creativity to life for the benefit of civilization.

To download this PDF ebook, RIGHT CLICK HERE and “save link” to your computer. Mac users, press the “control” key then click the link and save to your mac.

4 Thoughts.

  1. Can you or anyone share how you use “PDF file” books or ebooks in your homescool? Do you print them out, read them from your computer??

    Just wondering…

  2. Annmarie,
    I just have kids read from my computer. However, if it is for a book report I have print out that way they can make notes on the paper.

  3. Thank you for the five famous inventors. It is am azing how God works I am dedicating this 2009/2010 school year to focus on all areas of science so when you gave the extra goodie of the science website it made me cry to realize how hard you guys work to make our homeschool much easier. Thank you words are not enough to say how much the DeVille family appreciates homeschool freebies.
    Blessing to all of you
    THank you
    Sabrina DeVille

  4. One of the best investments I have made was my Sony ebook reader. I have literally hundreds of free ebooks for homeschooling and about homeschooling. I load them all on my reader and they are with me where ever I go to read at my leisure or for my children to read when needed!

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