Timeline projects are a fun and creative way to present information about a subject. They can be used for a family tree, a school history project, or an all-about-me presentation. My son has a history project coming up on Abraham Lincoln and he wanted a unique way to display his history timeline so I created this Abraham Lincoln Timeline Template for him to fill out. Now, it’s available for you to download too!
My son has his first history project coming up where he has to choose a US president to portray in a wax museum. He has to research important events from their time as president, dress up, and present his timeline to his class. He chose Abraham Lincoln so I made this Abraham Lincoln Timeline Template for him to use as a part of his presentation. It’s easy for a young child to put together with a little help from an adult.
If your child is doing a historical Abraham Lincoln presentation where they need to make a timeline, this is a creative way to present facts with dates, pictures, and events.
This download includes 2 timeline pages and an Abraham Lincoln face. You can use the timeline pages alone or you can tape multiple pages together to make a longer timeline. If you’re not doing an Abraham Lincoln project, then don’t use the face. The great thing about this download is that it can be used for any timeline project!
To use this download for an Abraham Lincoln presentation, combine the timelines with Abraham Lincoln’s face. Make a stovepipe hat from construction paper and then fill in the blank spaces on the timeline.
This a fun and creative way to WOW your teacher with your Abraham Lincoln Timeline.
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Abraham Lincoln Timeline Template
- 2 pages of the timeline (print more if needed)
- 1 Abraham Lincoln’s face (blank to decorate)
- Guided Directions
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- Abraham Lincoln Timeline Template Digital Download
- Black Construction Paper
- Pencils, markers, or crayons
- Download this Abraham Lincoln Timeline in our Etsy shop. Print on standard white paper or card stock.
- Follow the directions included with your download.
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