Scientist & Inventor Unit Studies

Welcome to my new series of unit studies! This series is all about famous Scientists & Inventors! As usual each study includes fun hands-on activities to go along with the unit to help students remember what they’ve learned, and also provide them with a fun reference too to review and recall each person they’ve learned about.


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Each of my scientist & inventor unit studies contains educational lessons, activities and a fun lap book that your students will work on as they progress through the study. The lessons also include book reports, vocabulary, character traits of these important figures, and critical thinking skills. I currently have 7 studies in this series. These studies are geared towards grades Kindergarten-4th, but can probably be adapted for older students as well.



This study uses the scientists and inventors series by Mike Venezia, but students are welcome to use any other researched information they can find as well. I would highly encourage older students to do some independent research on their scientist and inventor prior to completing their final report.




In each study students will learn all about the scientist or inventor, their childhood history, lifetime achievements, characteristics, as well as some of their greatest inventions and contributions. Below is a sample of the Lapbook that students will create as they learn about each scientist. This one is for Benjamin Franklin. Activities for this as well as other units are similar to the ones listed below:

  • All About Benjamin Franklin
  • Inventions
  • The New England Currant
  • Franklin as an Author
  • Famous Quotes
  • Community Contributions
  • Characteristics
  • Electricity
  • Vocabulary
  • Benjamin Franklin on U.S. Currency
  • A Final Report




Each study also includes a final report on the scientist for students to complete. There are several different formats of the report to accommodate varying student grade levels that might be completing the unit. reports promo_thumb[2]_thumb


What is included? This combination pack of units include materials for 7 different scientists and inventor studies.


Scientists and Inventors included in the combo pack:

  • Albert Einstein
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Henry Ford
  • Marie Curie
  • Thomas Edison
  • The Wright Brothers

Please Note: Scientist and Inventor series books by Mike Venezia must be purchased separately.


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  1. Thomas Edison

  2. Benjamin Franklin

  3. We’d love to learn about Marie Curie – and I’m hoping you come out with one about Leonardo DaVinci!

  4. Thomas Edison

  5. Kelly Tillotson says:

    Ben Franklin! Having trouble finding this book!!!

  6. Albert Einstein

  7. Franklin and Einstein

  8. Henry Ford and The Wright Brothers.

  9. Einstien!

  10. We’d like to learn more about Thomas Edison!

  11. Igor Sikorsky

  12. Pamela Smailes-Crites says:


  13. Dawn miles says:

    B Franklin

  14. Ben Franklin

  15. Benjamin Franklin

  16. The Wright Brothers

  17. Benjamin Franklin

  18. Ben Franklin

  19. The Wright Brothers

  20. Cassie DiStefano says:

    Albert Einstein!!

  21. Alexander Graham Bell

  22. roshawnda says:

    Ben Franklin

  23. Franklin. This would be perfect for my family! We’ve actually already looked at some of the Venezia books.

  24. Thomas Edison

  25. mittelmommy says:

    The wright brothers

  26. Sarah Ann Wong says:

    I think it would be neat to learn about Binney and Smith, the inventors of Crayola Crayons.

  27. The Wright Brothers

  28. A.G. Bell

  29. Thomas Edison

  30. Frederick Banting

  31. Jennifer D. says:

    Nikola Tesla.

  32. Kristi J. says:

    Thomas Edison!

    I’m SO hoping I get this! My little six year old LOVES science (his favorite subject) and I think this is just wonderful! Thank you for making this!

  33. Marie Curie

  34. Tesla would be great. He had an amazing mind, but not much recognition.

  35. The one that I would like to learn about is Curie. These would be perfect.

  36. My kids are totally into planes, so we would start with The Wright Brothers.

  37. Einstein

  38. We would definitely like to learn more about The Wright Brothers.

  39. The Wright Brothers

  40. The wright brothers. My boy has a thing for planes right now!

  41. Melissa K says:

    Franklin and Wrightbrothers

  42. I would love to learn about any of them!

  43. Amy Osborn says:

    I would like to learn about Henry Ford.

  44. Henry Ford

  45. Albert Einstein

  46. Of your packs, Thomas Edison. I would also like to learn more about George Washington Carver.

  47. Benjamin Franklin!

  48. Barbara C says:


  49. I would love something on Davinci

  50. Definitely the Wright Brothers – thanks for the chance to win!

  51. Benjamin Franklin:)

  52. Kristin Solomon says:

    Einstein. Thank you for all you do.

  53. My husband is a pilot, so we love planes and helicopters. The Wright Borthers fit right in!

  54. Marie Curie!

  55. Jenny Hampton says:


  56. Albert Einstein, I love so many of his quotes and how he valued imagination. That things were not easy for him when he was small yet he was such a brilliant man intellectually. Reminds me to be patient with the struggles my littles have, after all who knows what God has in store for them. :)

  57. Leonardo da Vinci

  58. Edison!

  59. I am interested in learning about Marie Curie!

  60. Benjamin Franklin.

  61. Marie Curie

  62. Thomas Edison

  63. Benjamin Franklin

  64. Shanna O. says:

    We would love to learn more about Henry Ford. One of his supply sites was in the neighborhood of a relative and Mr. Ford would visit them. My son is old enough now to be more interested in this and we will go for a visit there when we study Ford. Very excited!

  65. Tesla and DaVinci! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this awesome giveaway!

  66. Eli Whitney or the process of inventions becoming products.

  67. Henry ford

  68. Wright Brothers

  69. Myra Hinson says:

    Thomas Edison!

  70. Daily Woman (Lacey) says:

    Albert Einstein

  71. Isaac Newton or Mary Leakey

  72. Jennifer M. says:

    Nikola Tesla

  73. Petrina Whittington says:

    Have always loved Ben Franklin.

  74. Nicolai Tesla

  75. Alexandar Graham Bell

  76. Henry Ford and The Wright Brothers

  77. Andrea Gardner says:

    I would love to learn more about Marie Curie

  78. The Wright Brothers and Marie Curie.

  79. Marie Curie

  80. Albert Einstein! :)

  81. Marie Curie has always been one of my favorites! This looks like a fantastic set. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  82. Leonardo Da Vinci is my daughters favorite inventor!

  83. wright brothers

  84. Einstein! And Walt Disney…

  85. I did a presentation on the Wright brothers in 9th grade, and it was interesting to learn about them. I’d love to learn more about Henry Ford though.

  86. Marie Curie!

  87. I’d love the Henry Ford one. Mainly because I live in Dearborn – his hometown and home to Ford world headquarters.

  88. Edison

  89. Edison and Bell- light and sound!

  90. I think I have to be honest and say all of them!

  91. How about Steve Jobs? One from our time to pick his brain about how he conceived the idea for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.

  92. Benjamin Franklin.

  93. I could use a lesson on all of them myself!

  94. I would love to learn about them all. I think my son would say Thomas Edison

  95. elizabeth says:

    Henry Ford

  96. Albert Einstein would be fun!

  97. I’d love to learn more about Galileo Galilei.

  98. I would like to learn more about Alexander Graham Bell.

  99. Monica godoy says:

    Albert Einstein

  100. Kathleen Calabrese says:

    Benjamin Franklin

  101. Einstein!
    Thank you so much for offering this!

  102. Henry Ford! My grandparents live across from his home and I have toured it several times, my dad is also a mechanic! Thanks so much for offering this. I love your other homeschool bundles.
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  103. Marie Curie, and thank you for offering!

  104. Jessica Andrews says:

    Benjamin Franklin

  105. Marie Curie if I have to choose one, but really all of them!

  106. Alicia Cormier says:

    Walt Disney!! Where would modern animation be without him??

  107. Walt Disney

  108. The Wright Brothers

  109. I would like to learn more about Albert Einstein. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  110. I would love to learn more about Benjamin Franklin.

  111. chelsea cox says:

    The Wright Brothers

  112. Ben Franklin

  113. H Ford

  114. Marie Curie. : )

  115. Marie Curie

  116. Albert Einstein

  117. Madam Curie

  118. Ben Franklin

  119. We love learning about Ben Franklin :)

  120. I hate to sound typical but, I’d love my boys to learn more about Einstein. He was a little nutty, with a sprinkle of genius and he overcame quite a bit before his intelligence was recognized!

  121. Marie Curie.

  122. Marie Curie

  123. Ben Franklin and George Washington Carver have always fascinated me

  124. Tesla.

  125. Wendy Pierce says:

    Benjamin Franklin

  126. Albert Einstein…I honestly don’t know much about him!

  127. Traci Mellick says:

    I have always loved Louis Pasteur!

  128. Tesla!

  129. Leonardo Da Vinci!

  130. My 9 yo says Benjamin Franklin and my 7yo says Louis Pasteur.

  131. Ben franklin

  132. Jessica A. says:

    Albert Einstein

  133. Ben Franklin

  134. Einstein! But of the above ones, Ben Franklin as we are oh so distantly related. :)

  135. Edison!!

  136. Edison or Bell

  137. Marie Curie

  138. Michele Crachiolo says:

    Henry Ford and Thomas Edison

  139. Marie Curie

  140. Jenna DeMaria says:

    Albert Einstein

  141. Edison!!

  142. Ben Franklin!

  143. Ben Franklin

  144. Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell

  145. Lisa McClain says:

    Marie Curie

  146. Da Vinci

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