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Thomas Edison Lapbook

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Do you know who invented the light bulb?  Thomas Edision did!  During his 84 years of life, he acquired over 1000 patents for his own inventions or improvements on other inventions.  In this product, you will learn about his life and some of his most important inventions.  All instructions and templates are included, as well as an extensive Study Guide.  Create a 3-dimentional keepsake to show what you have learned. 


 


A description of each type of format can be found here HERE 


 Download a sample of this product here:  VIEW SAMPLE FILE


 


***NOTE: PLEASE BE SURE TO SELECT YOUR PRODUCT FORMAT (EBOOK, PRINT,CD or ASSEMBLED) BELOW BEFORE CLICKING "Add To Cart" 


 


If you are ordering the ASSEMBLED FORMAT of this product, please NOTE: The assembled lapbooks are specialty items that are handmade. They are made individually after orders for them are placed. This process usually takes 2 to 4 weeks, so rush shipping is NOT available for the assembled format.

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Do you know who invented the light bulb?  Thomas Edision did!  During his 84 years of life, he acquired over 1000 patents for his own inventions or improvements on other inventions.  In this product, you will learn about his life and some of his most important inventions.  All instructions and templates are included, as well as an extensive Study Guide.  Create a 3-dimentional keepsake to show what you have learned. 

 

A description of each type of format can be found here HERE 

 Download a sample of this product here:  VIEW SAMPLE FILE

 

***NOTE: PLEASE BE SURE TO SELECT YOUR PRODUCT FORMAT (EBOOK, PRINT,CD or ASSEMBLED) BELOW BEFORE CLICKING "Add To Cart" !


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