Benjamin Franklin Fact Plate. Students watch a short biography and read Benjamin Franklin: His wit and wisdom from A-Z" by Alan Schroeder. Students then create a fact plate using 3-7 facts that they have learned describing Benjamin Franklin. This lesson correlates with the Social Studies GPS for 4th grade.
FRANKLIN'S THIRD PART OF HIS QUICK BIOGRAPHY Escape to Philadelphia Running away was illegal. In early America, people all had to have a place in society and runaways did not fit in anywhere. Regardless Ben took a boat to New York where he hoped to find work as a printer. He didn't, and walked across New Jersey, finally arriving in Philadelphia via a boat ride. After debarking, he used the last of his money to buy some rolls. He was wet, disheveled, and messy when his future wife, Deborah…
Animated Hero Classics: Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Inventor
Georgia First Grade Historical Figures BIG Bundle (Meets New GSE's)
This bundle features everything you need to teach nonfiction units for the following people: Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Lewis, Clark, and Sacagawea, Ruby Bridges, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Washington Carver. This bundle contains 6 separate folders with over 300 pages of activities to teach these biographies.