This classroom timeline is a great way to help your students practice timeline skills and remember important events from history! This timeline kit includes:
*Timeline (starts at 1800 and ends at 2030)
*Directions for making the classroom timeline
*18 event cards that include dates for: George Washington, Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Graham Bell, the Washington Monument, Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt, Martin Luther King Jr., Neil Armstrong, Benjamin Franklin, Sojourner Truth, Thomas Edison, George Washington Carver, Helen Keller, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, Rosa Parks, and Barack Obama
Each event card has the date, name, and brief description of the event. Your students will love adding cards to the class timeline each time you learn about an important event from history!
Very nice. Im still trying to find room for it but I love it. Pleased with the color of the pages, its not too much so it wont waste ink. I only wish there was a blank arrow so I could add other moments. Very nice
November 6, 2012
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October 9, 2012
Thank you!! This is just what I needed to teach timelines to my 2nd graders!!
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Is there anyway you could update the file to include a page to reflect 1700 and 1750, allowing me to incorporate George Washington and Benjamin Franklin items? Looking forward to using this with my students at the beginning of March. Thank you for your consideration. :)
I will work on adding those and will let you know when it is updated!
February 23, 2013
Would you be able to fix the spelling of Susan B. Anthony? You have it spelled Anhtony. Thanks so much, I'm sure it was just an overlook. I just want to make sure it's fixed before I place it in my classroom.
Hi! I am so sorry for this oversight. I've fixed the error and updated the revised file. You can just re-download it so that you have the correctly spelled card. Thanks for pointing this out to me! I hope you enjoy using this time line in your classroom =)
January 22, 2013
does this apply to fifth grade with events like Civil War,WW1,WW2?
Hi! Thanks for your interest. No, this doesn't include events like you mentioned. Sorry!
December 27, 2012
Is there anyway that I could get the timeline but have it go all the way back to 1700 so I can do the founding of our country etc? :) I'd love to buy the product but really want it to go back farther! It is just what I am looking for. Thanks!!!
I love your timeline set! This is more of a suggestion rather than a question but I would love it if you made one that had months of the year instead of dates and then blank arrow boxes to create a classroom timeline of events during the year. Wish I was as crafty as you! :-) Thanks for another great resource!