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With 10 days to go until my self-imposed deadline for finishing the Vol 4 Timeline Figures, I’ve got one page left! I’m very pleased to get Page 8 published. I admit I was nervous about drawing people that are recognizable from recent history…but I discovered that it is very fun! I may not always nail it; one of my kids thought that my drawing of Martin Luther King Jr was actually a drawing of Steve Harvey!! Haha!! (We’ve been enjoying watching “Little Big Shots” lately…can you tell?) Oh well. They’re all labeled, right? Hopefully, in the end, these will help all our kids retain a little more history than they would have otherwise. :)

Once again, Trevor helped me get these drawings knocked out. What a blessing!

Follow the picture link to head over to the Vol 4 Timeline Figures page, and don’t be afraid to share these on social media. Once I finish Vol 4 I’ll be investing some time in promoting myhomeschoolprintables! Maybe I need a tagline: Ending Homeschool Stress One Sketch at a Time. What’dya think?


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The Finish Line Approaches!

Here’s Page 7 of Volume 4 Timeline Figures! My son, Trevor, has been helping more and more. In fact, when I looked back over this page I realized he had more TL figures on this page than I did!! It’s fantastic to share the creative burden with him, and having a project to work on together is really fun. Plus, he does a great job! I bet you can’t tell which ones he did.

Page 8 is nearly done, and Page 9 will be hot on its heels. I’m still on track to finish by the end of May, so get ready to do lots of coloring!

Follow the picture link to head over to the Vol 4 Timeline Figures page.


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New History Uploads and Bonus Easter Page

Happy Easter!

Here are the latest Vol 4 Coloring Pages. The end is in sight. This last set of coloring pages (including the ones I have in the pipeline) has been the most eye-opening I can remember. I am appalled at the long arm of communism. Reading about country after country falling for Marx’s lie has been so sad. Oh World, hope and peace can only be found through Jesus Christ. His death and resurrection bought us peace with God, through which we have the hope of heaven where all wrongs will be made right.

If you haven’t found peace with God, the time is right! What better day than Easter? Turn from your empty ways and run into His arms. He’ll receive you with love…I should know: He took me!

To balance out these depressing coloring pages, I’m including a bonus Easter Page. Enjoy Jesus this weekend. It was for freedom that he has set us free.

(Click the images below to either head over to the website or open your printable Easter page.)



Happy Coloring!

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More Vol 4 Timeline Figures

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m happy to say that there are more timeline figures posted. These last few sheets have been extra fun for me because one of my sons helped! While I was working on my list of figures he worked on a list of inventions that I gave him. He loves to draw and did a great job. These inventions have been sprinkled into the previous pages so that the order of the figures has been altered. Page 1 is still the same, but pages 2-4 have been updated, and pages 5 and 6 are new. If you are keeping pace with me, I suggest reprinting pages 2-6.


As I get into more modern history I am loving drawing recognizable people. Einstein and Gandhi were especially fun :). I hope you have a much fun coloring them as I had drawing them!

I will add the correlating coloring pages as soon as I have them finished. I am on track to have the complete set up on the site by the end of May. I can’t wait!!

~Happy Coloring!

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New Vol 4 Timeline Figures!

Here they are: the newest batch of Timeline Figures.


I just love having the pieces of history that I know fall into place together. I love learning about the people that belong to the names I am familiar with, but whom I know nothing about…like Florence Nightingale. I’m not sure if I didn’t know who she was because I heard and didn’t care, or if I just never heard. Either way, I’ve added her to my list of brave ladies who made a difference in the world by using the gifts and loves God gave them.

The next set of figures will include Helen Keller. What a woman. And I could just kiss Anne Sullivan.

Hang in there, mamas. We’re getting close to the end. :)

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