13 Important Life Virtues

Some political beliefs that Benjamin Franklin had was the 13 virtues that basically explained what people need in order to be successful in life and in politics

Benjamin Franklin Fact Plate. Students watch a short biography and read Benjamin Franklin: His wit and wisdom from A-Z" by Alan Schroeder. Students then create a fact plate using 3-7 facts that they have learned describing Benjamin Franklin. This lesson correlates with the Social Studies GPS for 4th grade.

This is a Benjamin Franklin Fact Plate. Students then create a fact plate using facts that they have learned describing Benjamin Franklin. You could really do this with any historical figure.

Benjamin Franklin’s famous list of thirteen virtues, as it appears in The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Franklin wrote the list in 1726, at the age of 20.

Food for thought in the new year - Benjamin Franklin's famous list of thirteen virtues, as it appears in The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Franklin wrote the list in at the age of

Directions: Students fill in information about each inventor and their invention. Inventors include Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Garrett Morgan, Henry Ford, George Washington Carver.

Inventors

Your students will love discovering these amazing Inventors and their Inventions! The real picture sorting cards are great for a center and each inventor includes NO PREP printables perfect for recording sheets or research!

Benjamin Franklin's daily schedule • via Nick Bilton • Related reading: Excerpts from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (http://etext.virginia.edu/etcbin/toccer-new2?id=Fra2Aut.sgm&images=images/modeng&data=/texts/english/modeng/parsed&tag=public&part=2&division=div1) • Also: Ben Franklin's Almanac: Being a True Account of the Good Gentleman's Life by Candace Fleming (www.amazon.com/...)

Benjamin Franklin's Daily Routine: Best part. “Evening question: What good have I done today?

Daily question...and the sign to remind ourselves. Quote by Benjamin Franklin. "What Good..." Enamel Steel Sign: Remodelista

"What Good..." Enamel Steel Sign

Best Made Company — "What Good." Enamel Steel Sign, from Benjamin Franklin

The Autobiography of Ben Franklin

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (Dover Thrift Editions)/Benjamin Franklin

Charlie Hadley's Founding Fathers | Benjamin Franklin | thinkmakeshareblog.com

Free for the Fourth: Founding Fathers printables

These FREE Founding Father's printables Hallmark are perfect for your kids this Fourth of July. Use them as a fun history lesson to help celebrate our nation's independence.

How to Apply Benjamin Franklin's 13 Virtues for a Life of Excellence

How to Apply Benjamin Franklin's 13 Virtues for a Life of Excellence

Why Was Benjamin Franklin’s Basement Filled With Skeletons? Repairs on Franklin's old London house turned up 1200 pieces of bone from at least 15 people

Compelling informational text lesson materials. #highschoolEnglish #benfranklin

Ben Franklin’s Autobiography, Informational Text with Modern Connections, CCSS

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