blessedmom2 wrote:In setting up the Adventures time line, how much space do I need to leave between each section? I am thinking ahead to next year when we do ECC. Should I leave space to add more then? Do you do a timeline in ECC? Thanks!
doodleboomommy wrote:Okay, I admit. I just really need to SEE someone's timeline so I can see what I am doing!
I am only doing the simple wall-style timeline, but I am not going to affix it permanently to the wall. I am going to put it on 8x11 sheets and pull it out for school. I understand the mechanics of the timeline, I just cannot figure out how much to put on each 8x11 sheet (i.e. should I put 1 hundred year per sheet--1400, 1550, etc.?).
Would anyone be willing to post a pic of theirs? I'd be so grateful!!
Teresa in TX wrote:I like the idea of a folding display board, so we are going to try that. My question is, anyone who has done one like that, do you have pics or a blog with pics that I could see how it looks? I am trying to figure out how much space I need to provide for each time period. If even someone could give me a description, that would help.
samiam wrote:I think I am making this more difficult than it needs to be, but I can't figure out spacing for the timeline in Adventures.
I have the wall space, so it will be on the wall. But I am trying to figure out how much space to put between the first thing, which is the birth of Jesus, and the next event of the timeline (don't have it in front of me, so can't think if of it, Vikings maybe?). But it seems that there would be a large space between these events whereas once American history gets moving, and we have the markers for 1000, 1200, 1400, etc...there is going to be alot going on there.
I guess I am looking for more measurement/spacing advice....or am I making it more difficult?
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