NEW We are now selling printed versions of the Timeline Posters. See the Shop and scroll down to Printed Products.
We are currently offering the digital Ancient Timeline Poster for free if you signup for our Newsletter.
This pack contains instructions and Timeline Posters for five ages of History from 5000BC to 2030AD. Save money by buying all five posters at once.
The Timeline Posters can be printed professionally or on a home printer. The pack contains all the necessary files to do this. The poster is sized to fit ISO A0, ANSI E, or tiled on Letter or A4 sheets.
The files are PDF format which can be read and printed from any device. Full instructions are provided for printing and using the poster.
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Timeline Posters are designed to complement the Timeline Cards. Pick the Timeline Card history spine which goes with these Timeline Posters for easy, time-saving timelines for your homeschool.
All 5 Individual Timeline Posters in One Bundle
Digital products sold from www.livingbooktimelines.com are in .ZIP or .PDF formats.
We recommend opening and using these files on a desktop computer or laptop. We do not recommend using a smart phone or similar device.
Packs are bundled into one file using a zip compression utility. Double-clicking the file should open it automatically. If your computer does not recognise the file, please download WINZIP (https://www.winzip.com/landing/download-winzip-v1.html).
The packs contain PDF files which can be read with Adobe Acrobat Reader (get.adobe.com).
Please refer to the instruction documents within the packs for usage and printing instructions.
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You are free to print as many copies as you need for your private use in your own home.
The files cannot be shared, sold or distributed in any form, and if done so, is breaking Australian Copyright Laws.