Timeline Sticker Pack (Color Version)

Timeline Sticker Pack (Color Version)

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Item #: 068758
ISBN: 9780997796322
Grades: PK-AD

Product Description:

Beautifully detailed in full color, there are 200 stickers of famous people and events from 6000 BCE to Present Day. TWhile many stickers are the same in the color and black & white versions, the Color Version includes some updated figures. Contact us for details.

Publisher Description:

Optional sticker pack available. 200 stickers depicting beautifully detailed sketches of historical events and people from 6000 BCE to Present Day. There are 50 stickers for each time period. Each sticker is approximately 1 x 1.5 size.

Category Description for History Odyssey Timelines:

Although you can create a timeline yourself using nothing more than some paper, tape and a pen, you might want to consider these attractive, full-color timelines. Created for History Odyssey, they can be used with any history program and would make a very nice timeline to use and even display. The core product is the History Odyssey Timeline which includes four 5 timelines in one package covering 6000 BCE to Present Day. The timelines include Ancient (6000 BCE to 500 AD), Middle Ages, (AD 500 to 1600), Eary Modern (AD 1600 to 1850) and Modern (AD 1850 to Present Day). Timelines are printed in full-color and feature evenly spaced date lines. To keep entries organized, there are seven category "rows" printed on the left-hand side of the timeline, including: Art & Literature, Men & Women, Inventions & Discoveries, Wars & Conflicts, Eras & Dynasties, General Events, and Treaties/Agreements. Timelines come accordion-folded, so you can unfold and mount on your wall, or hole-punch and place in a binder.

An optional Prehistory timeline is also available, which spans 2 million BCE to 7000 BCE. This is designed like the above-mentioned timelines and can be easily placed prior to the Ancients segment. Another addition is the Timeline Sticker Pack. Available in Black and White or Color. Both include 200 stickers of famous people and events from 6000 BCE to Present Day. The Color version is beautifully detailed in full color. While many stickers are the same, the Color packet includes some updated figures. Contact us for details. Use with the History Odyssey or a timeline of your choosing. Stickers measure 1"x 1.5".

Category Description for History Odyssey:

Imagine a classically-based history course where your child reads great history books and period-related literature, keeps a running timeline of the period studied, writes outlines and summaries of important people and events, completes history-related map work, and does all of this without extensive planning on mom's part. Although it may sound too good to be true, luckily for you it's not! Author Kathleen Desmarais has done an awesome job of combining an excellent variety of resources and activities and presenting it all in a very straight-forward, professional way that takes the stress of lesson planning off of you and puts the accountability and expectations squarely on your history student.

History Odyssey is basically a series of study guides, with one guide covering one era of history (Ancients, Middle Ages, Early Modern, or Modern) in one year. There are three levels to the program, so if you completed the whole series, you would cycle through world history three times - once in elementary, once in middle school, and once in high school education. The first level is intended for grades 1-4, the second level for grades 5-8, and the third level for grades 9-12. There will be twelve guides when the series is complete; currently, there are still several guides in production. The guides are loose-leaf and 3-hole punched, designed to be placed in a binder. You'll probably want a thick one; students will be adding a lot of material!

Although the same eras in history are covered in each level, the expectations on the student become more sophisticated, following the classical education progression. In Level 1 (the grammar stage), students are encouraged to approach history as a great story as they read (or are read to) and complete map work, History Pockets activities, copywork, and coloring pages. This level will require more attention from the parent than the two upper levels. Depending on the reading ability of the child, some reading selections may need to be read aloud or read together. There will also be copies to make and supplies to gather for each lesson. Level 2 (the logic stage) introduces the timeline, outlining as a writing skill, research, and independent writing assignments. Students are expected to read all assignments on their own, and critical thinking and analysis are emphasized through the assignments. Parental involvement should be reduced at this level, as parents should be only checking the quality of each day's work and making sure that it has all been done. By Level 3 (the rhetoric stage), students will be reading much more demanding history selections (including classic literature) and will be writing plenty of expository, descriptive, narrative and persuasive essays. Research, timeline work, and map work are continued from Level 2 but are more in-depth at this level. For each level, history, geography, and writing are strongly represented. Although the writing practice is extensive, you will probably want to be using a separate course in English and writing.

Now that you're familiar with the basics of the course, let's look at the lessons. Lessons are presented to the student in a checklist-type format. All assignments, including reading, timeline, writing, and others are listed for each lesson with a box to check when the task is complete. In Level 1, lessons are structured a bit differently, in that there is some parent preparation (highlighted in gray), a "main lesson" of assignments, and then several "additional activities" listed. Lessons typically include a mix of readings from resource books, map work, timeline work (in the upper two levels), and writing assignments/copywork to be added to the student's master binder. Exceptions may be lessons which ask the student to begin reading a required book. In this case, a recommended time frame is given in which the book should be read, and follow-up writing assignments may be listed. Occasionally websites may be listed to check out more information, but these are not absolutely necessary to the course if you are not able to visit them. Following the lessons, you'll find worksheets referred to in the lessons, outline maps used in map activities, and several appendices. Although the guide is not reproducible, the author does give permission to copy the maps and worksheets for your family's use only.

There are several important aspects of this course. First of all, with the exception of Level 1, there is little parent preparation. A "Letter to Parents" at the beginning of the guide explains the course, while the "How to Use This Guide" lists required resources and other necessary supplies, describes the organization of the student's binder, and briefly discusses several aspects of the program. For the upper two levels, parents will be primarily making sure the necessary books and resources are on hand and ensuring that each lesson's work has been done and is complete. This leads to my next point, which is that at the end of this course, the student will not have "completed a workbook," but will have compiled their own meaty notebook with all their work from the course. Instruction is given at the very beginning of the course on how to organize the student's notebook, and from that point on, the student will be putting all of their work into the binder. The binder will be not only a tremendous keepsake but a collection of all work done in the course. Finally, the timeline is a very important tool used in Levels 2 and 3 of History Odyssey. This can be made by you, or you may choose to purchase Pandia Press's very attractive Classical History Timeline, which is described below. Events and people studied are added to the timeline throughout the course, and when they're finished with the guide, the timeline can be folded up and included in the student's binder.

One bonus to the course is that they use well-known resources and literature that you may already own! Level 1 heavily uses Story of the World books, A Child's History of the World and History Pockets. My sample of Middle Ages Level 2 lists the Kingfisher History Encyclopedia, The Story of Mankind, Usborne Internet-Linked Viking World, The Door in the Wall, Tales from Shakespeare, Beowulf: A New Telling, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Castle (by David Macaulay), The Canterbury Tales, and many more. Check out the lists of resources beneath each History Odyssey Guide below - I'm sure you'll see many familiar titles! Additional recommended (but not required) titles are listed in the appendix of each guide, organized by region studied. You should be able to locate most of these at your library.

According to the author, the study guides were created based on three principles – “that history is fun when it is presented as a story, that history is best studied through the reading of great books, and that history is best taught through a world view with an opportunity to learn about different cultures.” In accomplishing that, it also appears that kids will come away with a very cohesive grasp of history, the sense of accomplishment from creating their own book of information about the time period, and well-honed research, writing, and organizational skills too! Although I’ve seen “the notebook approach” used in unit studies, I love how in this case, it makes the student an active researcher and analyst as they compile their notebook and write their own history. I also love the way the guides speak directly to the student. Being able to manage their own assignments and keep track of their work is an invaluable skill – and terrific college preparation at any age! - Jess

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It looks like fun.
Erin D on Aug 30, 2022
need for homeschool curriculum
David K on Aug 11, 2021
It looks like fun.
Erin D on Aug 30, 2022
Goes with SOTW unit 1
Cheryl C on Apr 28, 2022
need for homeschool curriculum
David K on Aug 11, 2021
To pair with a blank history timeline notebook
Heather T on Jul 20, 2021
To use in conjunction with History Odyssey Early Modern
Alexandra H on Dec 2, 2020
Always happy with the products this company has to offer!
Stephanie W on Oct 19, 2020
For my child's history timeline to help him put dates and people/events together.
Irma B on Oct 6, 2020
Assist in homeschooling history
Corissa R on Sep 18, 2020
I was looking for timeline figures for US history. I'm hoping this will do the job.
Dixie P on Jul 4, 2020
I am a homeschool teacher and chose this as a supplemental resource for my second grader's historical studies and book of centuries.
Susan S on Jun 22, 2020
Giving this a try. Hoping to give our kids a hands on interactive and fun way to learn the timeline of historical events.
Felba L on Sep 16, 2019
Because the shipping was cheaper here than on Pandia Press.
Andrea B on Sep 5, 2019
So easy to use! Kids love them.
Kenai C on Aug 28, 2019
I am looking for the most stickers for the least amount of money. Quality of art work is not a factor; color is.
Christy P on Aug 15, 2019
Got this to go with the timeline and the history series. I am hoping that it will make history come alive and more memorable for them.
Horrex K on Jun 26, 2019
Time lines can be dry and boring, i think placing the sticker will make it a little more engaging.
Brendan M on Apr 1, 2019
To make learning timeline more fun for hands-on students
Ada Y on Feb 26, 2019
We have already been using the History Odyssey Ancient Science curriculum so decided to add the timeline and stickers.
Gena O on Jan 10, 2019
Home-school curriculum to help order multi-subject information chronologically quickly and efficiently.
Cindy P on Aug 31, 2018
My kids are ready to start doing a timeline, but my oldest is only 8 and my 6 and 3.5 year old are tagging along so stickers seemed like a more accessible way to go about that.
Theresa S on Oct 20, 2017
I want to do a time line with my kids this year and I wanted stickers to accompany.
Katie O on Sep 19, 2017
Using History Odyssey, and they look great!
Maxine J on Sep 19, 2017
Purchased the timeline from History Odyssey that goes along with the stickers.
Juli S on Sep 1, 2017
I bought the black and white stickers for my older daughter, but thought my younger daughter would like the colour timeline stickers better.
Lana R on Aug 23, 2017
Part of teaching plan
Colleen S on Aug 22, 2017
Chocolate is yummy.
Jessica L on Jun 16, 2017
Goes with SOTW unit 1
Cheryl C on Apr 28, 2022
To pair with a blank history timeline notebook
Heather T on Jul 20, 2021
Do these timeline stickers contain Biblical Figures ?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No, these stickers are intended for Pandia Press’ History Odyssey series, which is a secular curriculum.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Worth it! Makes learning more interesting for students
My child gets more excited doing her timeline now that she has stickers. I especially like how the back of each sticker sheet includes the information about whatever is printed on the stickers--including the date, place/person. Well thought out.
March 21, 2020
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