George Washington Carver, the master scientist, was physically castrated at a very young age by his White plantation owners. Back male slaves that were assigned to work in their master’s house were often castrated.
George Washington Carver Activities: Use this graphic organizer and Flap book writing printable when learning about George Washington Carver. This resource includes two ways for your children to share what they have learned about him in writing. Flap Book Writing Printable (color and black and white) Fast Facts (color and black and white)
President's day in a first grade classroom. Start the lesson with a read aloud to introduce the idea of Presidents, and continue with watching a Brain Pop on George Washington. The students created a graphic organizer and a picture of him.
Celebrate independence day and show patriotism by showing off piece of of great Americana. American Hero Poster Matte Finish Print - George Washington Crosses the Delaware in the Revolutionary War Poster American Hero Posters
George Washington Carver American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. He is credited with the invention of peanut butter. However, Carver did not patent peanut butter as he believed food products were all gifts from God.
Price $5.50 " I was summoned by my county.” In George Washington's Legacy, learners answer 46 questions after reading and participating in lesson activities and videos about George Washington’s life, ideas and accomplishments. This lesson includes: Lesson plans,46 task cards,keys, 2 award cards, link to videos and more.