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Innovators in Action: Leonardo da Vinci Gets a Do-Over Teacher's Guide
In "Leonardo da Vinci Gets a Do-Over", the Renaissance Master returns to test his genius in the modern world. With the help of three American middle schoolers, da Vinci attempts to catch up on 500 years of knowledge in a quest to invent something to better humankind. The seventh graders become da Vinci’s ambassadors to the modern age, all the while being enthralled by his tales of Renaissance life. An entertaining, engaging and inventive way to learn history, math, art, science, and more!
Use this free Teacher's Guide to learn more about da Vinci, his inventions, and the adventures he takes Tad, Max, and Gina in this award-winning book!
This Teacher's Guide is the perfect accompaniment to the award-winning book, Innovators in Action: Leonardo da Vinci Gets A Do-Over. Teachers can use a cross-curricular approach while reading this book with students. Along with lessons to go along with each chapter, worksheets and hands-on activities are provided at the end of the guide.
Read a sample chapter here!
Who is it for?
5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds)
8th Graders (13 to 14-year-olds)
Your little scientist
PDF of the amazing Teacher's Guide for Innovators in Action: Leonardo da Vinci Gets A Do-Over.
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