Timeline Worksheets To Print:
Time Me! - A seven step
timeline with room for explanations. Start by
listing important events, and the date (or year) that they occurred. Then, using your information, put your
events in chronological order by writing the date of each event at the bottom of each line and the name of
the event at the top.
- We looks at the actual tool and why we use it. This will help you understand how to expand your ideas visually.
Graphic Timelines -
We provide you with a detailed explanation perfect for new comers
to timelines. These can be used to chart all types of things like: Books you have read. Places you have visited. When new families have moved into your
Class Project -
You will need a few supplies to do this one with your students. We will map out the birth dates of all your classmates.
Dates All Over - Using your information, put your events in chronological order by writing the date of each event on the line and the name of the event below it.
Superhero Debuts - Plot the first comic book appearance of each superhero on the timeline. Don't see your favorite?
Class Pets Timeline - The ages have been filled in for you. Take a survey of your classmates and fill in the names where they belong.
Me! - List important events in your life and when they happened. Ask family members if you are not sure about the dates. Then plot your events on the timeline.
Read Through The Lines - Write the dates or times on the line, and the events in the boxes. This is a nice classic sequence.
Who Was President When... - Study the timeline below. Then fill in the "The President was" boxes. Who was the American President at all of these
Chronological Order - List five events you would like to put on a timeline. Then put them chronological order, using the template that is provided.
A Blank Slate - Decide what you would like to create a timeline about. On the back of this sheet, list five significant events and when they occurred.
My School Day - This worksheet focuses on events that have occured over the course of a school day. You can make it plain and simple or pick a strange day of events.
Empty - As basic as it can get. This no frills approach is really helpful. A nice outline to use over and over.