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IN 1876, Alexander Graham Bell's urgent request to Mr. Watson to "Come here - I need you" started a revolutionary journey for the telephone and how we

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Reading Street Common Core (2013) FREEBIE Unit 5.5 Alexander Graham Bell Color by Word SpellingI hope you enjoy this free color by word designed to be used with the first grade Reading Street Common Core story ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL. I hope your students enjoy this Reading Street supplemental resource.Thank you!Learning With A SmileReading Street Supplement, Alexander Graham Bell, Free Reading Street Supplement, Spelling Color-by-Word

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Alexander Graham Bell Reading Passage

This reading passage covers the basic and most important information about Alexander Graham Bell. Five comprehension questions are included. Answer keys included! If you are in interested in more, check out my: Famous American Reading Passages Pack

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FREE Alexander Graham Bell Non-Fiction Comprehension Set (16-pages!)

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Alexander Graham Bell was an eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone.

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Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone (Paperback)

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Alexander Graham Bell got his patent for the first telephone on March 7, 1976. Here's a look at the first hundred years of phones - any of these models look familiar?

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