Printable Bible Timeline: Genesis Through Revelation
Help Kids Learn Essential Bible Chronology
While They Color & Display
Their Very Own Bible Timeline!
Why this Timeline is so Important
It's a known fact that students who have a mental, chronological image of historic dates have a better understanding of history.
Knowing “placement” means understanding how history built upon itself.
In the case of the Bible, knowing that the Great Flood happened before the Exodus, and Jonah’s whale tail happened just before the Great Exile will help kids see the big picture of what God was doing on planet earth.
It will help them understand what he is doing today!
How to Use the Timeline:
Print out our eight page Bible Timeline watch as kids learn about Genesis through Revelation while they color it in!
Simply tape the eight pages together to create an amazing wall display at church or home.
The timeline is just over six feet long, containing more than 20 beautiful illustrations and over 100 landmark people, places and events.
We've designed the timeline to be easily followed and understood. It contains only the information important for children to learn their Bible.
What better teaching tool to have on your walls than one the kids helped create themselves?
Great for Home or Church
Church Use Idea: Have each child color in one page of the timeline and work together to line up the pages in chronological order for display in your church classroom.
Alternatively, you could print out one timeline for each child (a great craft project!). The finished masterpiece can be sent home for display in their room!
Home Use Idea: Have kids color in the timeline and display within your home for easy reference.
Timeline Game Ideas:
To familiarize students with Bible eras and events, here are some games you can play with them:
- Name-That-Event Relays: Jot down some events or names that are on the timeline. Have students line up in two teams. Name an event or name and have the first two players in line run to the timeline and be the first to point to it. After they finish, they return to back of line and two new players get a turn. Team with most points wins.
- Which-Era Relays: Jot down some events and names on the timeline out of order. Have teams order them chronologically to win, using the timeline.
- Bible Times Math Wars: Name two events on the timeline and have students figure out how many years lie between them. Keep pencils and papers ready!
Our Promise to You:
We are so sure that you will love the Print & Color Bible Timeline that we are offering an unconditional 100% money-back guarantee.
If you are not completely satisfied with the material, all you have to do is notify us within 60 days of your date of purchase and we will refund your money, in full, with absolutely no questions asked!