Albert Einstein Games & Activities

Instructor: Clio Stearns

Clio has taught education courses at the college level and has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction.

Albert Einstein is one of history's most inspiring scientists and inventors. The activities in this lesson will help your students get excited about his life and works.

Why Einstein Games and Activities?

Almost any study of scientists will include mention of Albert Einstein. His life and works were very inspiring, full of lessons about creativity, innovation, and the importance of sticking with what you believe in. Though Einstein's Theory of Relativity may be a bit complicated for younger students to understand, they can still begin to understand Einstein's own significance and the way his discoveries really changed the world. One way to bring Einstein's life and works into your classroom is by playing games and doing activities that engage students with his ideas. Games and activities are often more memorable and motivating than other kinds of teaching. Einstein himself did not like the rote learning and memorizing that often went on when he was a child in school, so it seems especially important to make every effort to make learning about his own life a bit more exciting and dynamic! The games and activities in this lesson can be modified to meet the needs and abilities of the students in your class.

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