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  • tanya
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    Hello.

    Put the Timeline dates up as you study them. That is the time to require your student to memorize them. If you put them all up now, it will be overwhelming. Add them one at a time as you master them, and before you know it, over the course of 4 years, your student will have a mastery of 60 dates that he/she will not forget!

    Regards,

    Tanya

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  • Amy
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    Timeline

    My son is doing 3rd grade core but is doing Famous Men of Rome (not Greek Myths). I bought the timeline to use in homeschool. Can someone give me tips in how to use the timeline cards? Should I just be putting up the timeline cards on the wall when I come across the events in my Christian Studies or FMR books? Or put them up all at once? Do I put up the Middle Ages/ American History events, too, even though we are not covering them this year?

    Thanks.
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