No matter how much you know about Einstein, there’s always so much more to learn! Let’s learn some Albert Einstein facts that will definitely surprise you.

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Let’s learn all about Einstein’s life and achievements.

These interesting facts about Albert Einstein are ready to be printed and colored. Kids of all ages and adults that love science will love coloring as they learn about this great man.

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Einstein was one of the greatest scientists in our era.
  1. Albert Einstein was a famous scientist, Nobel prize winner, and advocate for civil rights activist born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany.
  2. Einstein’s childhood was interesting: He had his first scientific experiment by the age of four or five.
  3. Albert Einstein published over 300 scientific papers and 150 non-scientific works throughout his life.
  4. In 1905 he introduced his most famous equation, E=mc2, and the theory of special relativity.
  5. In 2015, scientists detected and confirmed the existence of gravitational waves nearly 100 years after Einstein predicted them.
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Who said learning had to be boring?!
  1. His birthday, March 14 (3/14), is often celebrated as “Pi Day” because it has the first three digits of the mathematical constant pi (?).
  2. After his first marriage with Mileva Mari? ended, he married his first cousin, Elsa, who remained his wife until she died in 1936.
  3. He renounced his German citizenship at 16 for political reasons and emigrated to the United States to get a teaching job as a theoretical physics professor at Princeton.
  4. When he was at school, he excelled at maths, physics, and philosophy but struggled with other subjects like languages.
  5. Albert’s theory of relativity helped scientists understand how the universe works many years later.

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  1. Hi! The link to the coloring page PDF seems to be broken. I have tried it on two different browsers. Is there another way to get these, or a way to fix it? Thank you 🙂

    1. I’m sorry that the download wasn’t working for you! I emailed the printable to you, and I will fix this on the site. Thank you for letting us know!