By Pamela Chanko
As a boy, Thomas Edison was always doing experiments. As an adult, he invented the phonograph, the light bulb, and the an early movie camera!
August is National Inventor's Month!
This American's tale is told in through a catchy, rhyming poem paired with a short, read-aloud biography. Includes tips and activity ideas for before, during, and after reading—plus comprehension questions!
Invite children to create their own illustrations for the poem. They can show a scene in the subject’s life and add a caption. Bind the pages together for a class book!