La Animadora Historia De Tomás Edison (Thomas Edison) Video Interactivo en DVD Contieniendo Un Recurso Downloadable Libro

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Teach children about Hope, Faith, Patience and other positive character traits through the Nest Learning DVD on the life of Thomas Edison. Never was genius more fun! Thomas Edison opens up the laboratory of America’s most celebrated inventor and invites you to explore its secrets. This fast-paced, bird’s eye view of Edison’s legendary career takes you behind the scenes to reveal the daily discoveries with “the Wizard of Menlo Park.” Each Interactive Story Of Thomas Edison DVD features:    All features offered in English and Spanish     English and Spanish movie and subtitles and audio dialog     Have fun learning history and character with 3-Level Interactive Quiz Bonus Offer - Each Story Of Thomas Edison DVD includes a Free Instant Download of our 48 Page Activity and Coloring bookSprinkled with humor and packed with little-known details about the search for a working electric light bulb, this story will help you see for yourself why Edison quipped, “Genius is about one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.”Main Characters:Thomas Edison, J.P. Morgan, Dr. Warwick (the head of the gas company) and Edison’s co-workers: Batchelor, Kreusi and UptonOverall Theme:Scientific discovery is long and tedious work requiring enormous persistence and dedication.  Thomas Edison, already a celebrated inventor, toils long hours to create his dream — the electric light.Summary:Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847-October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman. Nicknamed “The Wizard of Menlo Park” by a newspaper reporter, Edison is credited with creating both the first industrial research lab and the electric light bulb. The research lab was the first institution set up with the purpose of producing constant innovation and technological improvement. But he didn’t stop there! Edison is considered to be one of the most innovative inventors in history, holding 1,097 US patents in his name. New Jersey. 1877. Menlo Park.  We enter the world of a century ago — a world lit by gaslight.  Thomas Edison and his team are completing work on a new invention: the phonograph. Edison gains renowned as an inventor and is hailed as “The Wizard of Menlo Park.”  He declares that he will invent a practical electric light (a light that will be safer and cleaner than gaslight).  He receives financial assistance from the financier, J.P. Morgan, for the undertaking.The Warwick Institute tells the press that the electric light is an impossible dream and calls Thomas Edison a scoundrel.  Finally, success is achieved!  On New Year’s Eve, Thomas Edison ushers in the year 1880 with a spectacular display of electric lights.  His men and his supporters celebrate!Background:Thomas Edison was an inventor, not a scientist.  He had little formal education but possessed an unquenchable desire to create machines for the good of mankind.  Perhaps more importantly, he had the persistence to continue his experiments until he was successful.Imagine for a moment the world without the electric light.  How would it change the way we live, the way we do business?  Imagine the world without sound recording. Or motion pictures. Or modern electronics.  Each was made possible by Edison’s observations of electron flow from heated filaments.Thomas Edison patented more than 1,000 inventions before his death.  His life and work reflect the power of persistence and determination.A true inventor at heart, Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is about 1% inspiration and 99% percent perspiration.” BONUS Resource & Activity Books Each interactive DVD includes a 48-page Resource & Activity Book full of skill-developing activities, word games, puzzles, coloring pages, and more! Provides hours of fun and learning for the entire family! The special “Certificate of Achievement” located in the back of the book serves as an excellent award your child can display after completing the activities. Principles and Values Taught in This Video Persistence, Industry, Inventiveness, Leadership, Hope, Faith, Patience, Enthusiasm, Work, and Optimism.