Here’s some Timeline Sheets you can print off to make a Timeline Notebook. I have 2 sets available for you: a smaller set that uses the more common 10 year increments, and an expanded version using 5 year increments. The 10 year set worked great for us for the first 2 volumes, but once we got to vol 3, we quickly realized we couldn’t fit all our TL figures on the page. The 5 year set is pretty massive (121 pages of cardstock is fat) but that’s what we chose to get our cool figures to fit. (On that note, you might want to check out my SHOP. I’m adding timeline stickers that work Awesome on these notebook timelines.)
I recommend printing the Timeline pages on card stock. You could print them front and back. An easy way to do that is to print the odd pages first, then flip them and print the even pages. You might find a setting for that under “paper handling” in your Print window.
OR, you could do them accordion-style (my favorite, but takes up twice as much room). Just print them all one-sided and tape the pages together. I actually hole-punched my first page, and then trimmed all the rest of the pages before I taped them together. That way, when I put them in the notebook, we could still open up the accordion and see all the dates at once. Time consuming? Yes. But, I like it.
Let me know if they work!