Math can be very confusing most of the time, and that is for sure. But there are many definitions and ideas in math that are not as difficult as they seem. You simply have to pay a little attention and concentration to it, and you can easily grasp the idea of what the sum or question requires for you to solve. So, do you know how to use timelines? And before that, do you know what timelines are? Don't worry! Let us take a look at what these are together. You have seen a ruler, haven't you? So, you know how it displays the numbers in an order. Like that, timelines are a representation of events or numbers or anything else in a chronological order. And using timelines are very easy too. All you have to do is get of whatever thing or event you're looking for falls in which category, and you'll find the desired result!
Keep track of important dates, sequences of events, or chains of causes and effects with these printable blank timeline templates. These are offered in a variety of different formats to better accommodate specific uses, so you are sure to find one that fits your particular project. In addition to the standard timelines, where space for notations are attached to the line in particular places, we offer pages which allow you to create your own map denoting key events. Note: These templates also work very well when used in conjunction with the Cause and Effect worksheets located elsewhere on this site.