Just completed: Our Little Timeline of the Old Testament
To use this resource simply download and print out the sheets. (We recommend using heavier bond paper for the lines and regular paper for the actual pieces.) As you read and discuss the individual stories from the Knecht book or the scripture suggestions on the timeline pieces, affix the timeline piece to the purple lines. In general, there will be three pieces per line and 28 in total. Feel free to modify as needed. Perhaps you want to join the lines to make them six pieces wide or simply glue just the pieces into a history notebook - that is just fine too. Flexibility is one of the most beautiful things about homeschooling.
Our smaller timelines are not overwhelming and are perfect for those of us who are short on space, live in an apartment or simply want to focus on one theme at a time. Thinking about where you may want to put this timeline? You may want to affix your timeline to any of a number of areas in your home:
A kitchen wall - great conversation spark for supper or tea time
The wall in your homeschooling area - great reference tool
Your child's bedroom wall or door - decorate with your faith
The inside of the bathroom door - for your captive audience
A large piece of poster board - for a more portable timeline.
Go to our Little Timeline of the Old Testament page now.
See all of our Timeline collections now.
As with the other timelines, we also have accompanying notebook pages to go with each of the 28 stories. They are in our traditional That Resource Site style of four line spacing options to meet the needs of every aged learner as well as options to draw your own picture, draw the scene, or use the picture provided. Each set is twelve pages.
We hope that many find these resources very helpful. We hope to offer a few more resources to accompany these Bible stories if time allows.
That Resource Team