Free Printable Timeline Notebook Pages

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A timeline is an excellent tool to help children visualize history. Somehow it seems to help all those people and events come together into one continuous story. In addition, it provides an ideal way to review and cement what has been studied.

While younger children may prefer a large wall timeline, many older students tend to prefer timeline notebooks. And if you’re already using notebooking as a learning tool in your homeschool, a timeline notebook may be a great fit for your family.

We are using these timeline notebook pages with our Mystery of History (Vol. I) studies this year, but they will work equally well with any history textbook or study method. The download contains 103 printable timeline pages with dates from 5000 BC through AD 2024. Date increments vary according to historic time period.

Date increments for timeline notebook pages:

  • 5000 BC – 3000 BC: 1000 years per page
  • 3000 BC – 1000 BC: 500 years per page
  • 1000 BC – AD 1000: 100 years per page
  • AD 1000 – AD 1600: 50 years per page
  • AD 1600 – AD 1800: 10 years per page
  • AD 1800 – AD 2024: 5 years per page

Available in two versions:

  1. Lined
  2. Unlined

Timeline Notebook Pages (Lined)

  Timeline Notebook Pages (Unlined)

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  1. SaraCastle says:

    I have three kiddos and just getting started with homeschooling. They are 5,7 & 9. Would you consider creating one of these for each of the kids or just completing one together as a family?

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      Hi, Sara! If your kids are going to be studying history together, I’d probably just make one timeline notebook to use as a family. If they are each doing history individually, it might work better for each of them to have their own. There is no right or wrong, though, so definitely do whatever works best for your family! 🙂

  2. Lizandra Damiani says:

    Hi I am Lizandra from Brasil Im helping mothers to build their timeline can I share your link with your blogs name. I have your timeline from five years ago… and I was sending with that name. (Contendathome) But now I found hear your new link.