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Crowning Achievements Series- Thomas Edison

Here at the Brainy Beginnings HQ, we are starting something new! We are highlighting important historical figures and their "crowning achievements" by making, ahem, CROWNS! Crowns are a fun and interactive way to encourage play while learning about a related historical figure!

Today we highlight Thomas Edison. Thomas Edison was born February 11th, 1847. He was a very important inventor and businessman. He is credited with developing the first commercially practical incandescent light bulb! Read here for more about Thomas Edison!

Now it's time to decorate your Edison Crown! Find your Edison Crown here!


*Markers, crayons, Kwik sticks, stickers, poms poms, gems, etc

*Glue stick

*Hot glue



1. Print out your crown. You will need two copies.

2. Let the kids color and decorate as desired.

3. Cut out the crown. Fold a 1/4 of an inch on each end and glue together.

4. Place the crown on your head and prance around like the budding genius you are!

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