For a deeper history lesson, add important dates for everyone in the family including grandparents. This will give you a much broader range of dates to work from and help your kids put history together with the lives of their relatives.
By Valle Dwight
Far from a boring recitation of dates and facts, history tells a story of real people through time. Help your child make the connection by exploring her life story.
You’ll just need a few materials for your timeline, including a roll of paper (or tape together a string of plain construction paper), markers, and photos of the events on her list.
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