Rosie Revere, Engineer Activities
Calling all engineers! More than a dozen Rosie Revere, Engineer activities help kids build confidence, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Students will analyze characters and story elements, as well as interpret quotes from the story, and develop a new engineering feat! The activities included will allow students to:
- respond to writing prompts.
- plan inventions.
- review the job of an engineer.
- reflect on the story.
- sort parts of speech.
- write about character traits.
- compare and contrast professions.
- complete a Frayer model.
- analyze a story quote.
- learn about engineers.
- play an engineering game.
- design a flying machine.
- respond to and reflect on discussion questions and writing prompts.
A variety of activities can be used to differentiate instruction, offer students a choice, or focus on a particular skill.
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About This Book and Soundscape
When Rosie keeps all of her ideas and inventions to herself, her great-great-aunt notices and helps boost her confidence. In no time, Rosie is tinkering with her flying machine. In addition to learning that true failure is not trying, you’ll enjoy hearing the voices of Rosie and her family as she keeps trying.