This US History Giant Banner encourages students to learn about notable inventions of the 19th Century. It covers telephone; American locomotive; high-speed combustion automobile engine; photographic film and camera; magnetic telegraph and morse code; typewriter; cotton gin; steamboat; incandescent electric lamp; wireless high-frequency telegraph; process of pasteurization; and sewing machine. The content on this banner helps students make personal, real-world connections with United States history and supports critical thinking.
At nearly 6 feet, this eye-catching banner features engaging photography alongside easy-to-read text to capture students' attention, reinforce instruction, and foster learning. This banner helps bring historical content to life and creates a stimulating, standards-based classroom environment.
This jumbo banner is great for hanging next to a bulletin board, on a doorway, in a hallway, in the library, or anywhere students study. A must-have for history classrooms! Applicable for some adult education programs and citizenship classes.
Perfect for elementary school GATE programs, plus middle school and high school classrooms.
Three complementary decor products are available for each middle and upper grade topic. Each product comes in a different format and provides a different content focus. Together, all three products offer a complete package of instructional resources: