1564 – 1642
As we continue our homeschooling Middle Ages/Renaissance unit studies, we will be adding Galileo to our lessons. Not only will we be focusing on his inventions and discoveries, but also his character. He showed great respect for those he disagreed with. His willingness to speak out for his beliefs when such beliefs were considered heresy, is inspiring. It’s going to be an interesting study. I found fantastic links and want to share them with you.
Short Biography, quiz, and printables (for younger students) – http://www.gardenofpraise.com/ibdgalil.htm
Galileo Biography, Discoveries, and Inventions (for older students) [Parental Warning! There was an inappropriate ad in the middle of the biography! I was able to close it. It may be a smart idea to check the page before handing it over to you kids to read.] https://www.famousscientists.org/galileo-galilei/
Galileo quotes – http://www.quotationspage.com/quotes/Galileo_Galilei/
Galileo notebooking pages (3rd down on the pdf list) – http://jimmiescollage.com/downloads/science/
A re-creation of Galileo’s “falling bodies” experiment at Pisa – (This physics professor goes all out for this one!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Kv-U5tjNCY
Galileo Experiments Interactive – http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/galileo-experiments.html
“What Galileo Saw With His Telescope” documentary video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCIEYUeXll8
“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use”. Galileo
Thanks for the resources! I couldn’t link to the kids astronomy page, though.
Thanks for letting me know about the Astronomy For link not working. I think I fixed it. betty jo
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Studying Galileo was one of our favorite parts of our middle ages unit studies this past year. I’m pleased you could use some of the links I found.
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According to our “Special Days in February” list, February 15 is Galileo’s birthday (1564). I’ve checked and updated our resource list from our study 4 years ago. I’m excited to do another study on this incredible scientist with the boys today!
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I shared this with my history group today, thanks 🙂