Centuries Through Time: Timeline Notebook {Limited time freebie!}


 
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Welcome to this week’s edition of Free Curriculum Friday! Today, I’m partnering with my friend Sarah from My Joy-Filled Life and she is giving each of you a FREE copy of her Centuries Through Time: Timeline Notebook! Check it out..

Using a timeline in your homeschool is a great way for kids to visualize when events happened in history in relation to one another.  For young kids, time can be a tricky concept to grasp, so being able to ‘see’ the big picture is helpful.  Using a timeline can help create connections in your child’s mind about people and places, and aid in comprehension.

There are many options and ideas that homeschoolers can use when it comes to timelines.  They can be simple or complex, homemade or store-bought.  Here is a little mix of both homemade and store-bought.​


By using the Centuries Through Time printable notebook, some card stock, and a binder, you and/or your child can create a timeline to use through all of your history studies. ​

Centuries Through Time contains a total of 131 printable timeline pages, a printable cover, and printable spine. It covers 5000 BC to the present time. ​

Here is a breakdown of how many years each timeline page contains –​​

    • 5000 BC – 3000 Bc: 1000 years per page
    • 3000 BC – 1000 BC: 500 years per page
    • 1000 BC – 1000 AD: 100 years per page
    • 1000 AD – 1600 AD: 20 years per page
    • 1600 AD – 1700 AD: 10 years per page
    • 1700 AD – present: 5 years per page​

For a limited time {through 9/13/18}, you can get Centuries Through Time for FREE!!  This is an $8 value and will add tremendous value to your homeschool!​

To get your free copy, simply enter your name and email address into the form below. When you click submit, you will be redirected to the file. Be sure to save it to your device for later access!

This free promotion has ended. Please check back frequently for new freebies.
{Limited time freebie!} Centuries Through Time: A Timeline Notebook


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  1. Thank you so much!

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