Put events of the Age of Exploration
in perspective with this ready-to-use timeline activity. Students use timeline slips to make a timeline that orders major events of the Age of Exploration on one side. On the other side of the timeline are events occurring during the same time period in areas such as art and scientific discovery. Students color code the timeline to see the countries associated with the events.
Perfect for interactive notebooks, stations or small groups, this activity engages students in inquiry-based learning. Use with other Age of Exploration Activities
Also available as part of a Age of Exploration Teacher Resource Bundle
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