Good news for junior and senior high school Social Studies teachers!
We've just recently reorganized all of our free printable worksheets on the Industrial Revolution. This meant cleaning up some old links, labeling certain worksheets by grade level, and creating thumbnails.
The thumbnails are (slowly but surely) being added all over the site by popular demand, because users keep telling us that it's much faster and easier to look at a small picture of a worksheet than to read a long description. One quick eye scan is all it takes to find an Industrial Revolution crossword puzzle, sheet of essay questions, and the like.
Each worksheet has its own page with an image. This is done for those of you who organize your lesson plan units on sites like Pinterest.
As always, all of our Industrial Revolution worksheets are completely free to print. Don't see something you're looking for on the page? Email us at webmaster [at] studenthandouts [dot] com with your request, and we'll see if we can help.
Industrial Revolution Worksheets
Just for fun, here's a picture of one of the more interesting figures from the Industrial Revolution--Isambard Kingdom Brunel. And what an awesome name he had!