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Timeline / Book of Centuries Notebooking Pages

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Includes a variety of timeline page options, section divider pages, notebooking templates, covers, spines, title pages, and more for each of the 4 main periods of history.

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This system was created to make notebooking your history studies simple, quick, and fun! The themed borders will give your child's notebook an elegant, organized flair. As he adds his own timeline figures, maps, illustrations, narrations, copywork (& more), the book will come to life. When finished, he will have a beautiful notebook of his history study.

This notebook system includes themed pages for the 4 commonly studies periods of history:

  • Ancient Times
  • Middle Ages
  • Early Modern Times
  • Modern Times

Templates include:

  • Spines for your notebook
  • Cover and title pages
  • Section dividers for topics like Daily Living, Government/Politics, Religion/Philosophy, Science/Technology, & more
  • Pages to records book read and resources used
  • Vocabulary page
  • Timeline pages (in multiple formats)
  • Notebooking templates with themed borders for each time period

Please note: You add images to timelines from your own clip art, timeline collection, or internet search.

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