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The Biblioplan Timeline for Year Three: Early Modern History resource is a component of the Biblioplan Early Modern History course; by the time students finish the year, they'll have a reference for which historical figures were contemporaneous with other figures from across the world.
This book is divided into two sections. The first section is the actual timeline, with dates running across the top; the left-hand page is designated for The Americas and the right-hand page for The World. Underneath, color-coded blocks provide further geographical distinctions for North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Under each geographical area are names or events with dates and spaces to add in the figures found in the second half of the book. The pictures to cut-out are full color (except for black-and-white photos) and include the name/event and date, and are organized by lesson week. Families can tear out pages and place on the wall if desired.
Spiralbound paperback. Pages are reproducible for in-family use only.
BiblioPlan is a four-year classical Christian history curriculum (Ancient History, Medieval History, Early Modern History, and Modern History) that's designed to be used with multiple ages.
|Title: BiblioPlan Timeline for Year Three: Early Modern History|
Number of Pages: 125
Weight: 12 ounces
Stock No: WW405412
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