Review of America’s Progress into the 20th Century Timeline

Home School in the Woods offers many great hands-on history programs and curriculum supports to keep your kids engaged with history. We are so excited to share the America’s Progress into the 20th Century Timeline with you.

For this review, our family received a downloadable timeline from Home School in the Wood’s A La Carte Timelines series.

Home School in the Woods offers downloadable, hands-on history units that are literature based for students in grades K-8. They are perfect for notebooking your history studies as you learn. They offer American and world history programs that can stand on their own or be worked into other curriculum sets to enhance their effectiveness.

What is the America’s Progress into the 20th Century Timeline?

My sons and I love timelines and get so excited to see how historical events fit into the big picture of history! So we were delighted to receive the 1860-1943 timeline of the events that lead America into the 20th Century.

This hands-on history activity helps students understand what happened to lead America into the most dramatic century.

Students construct and take notes about the timeline and the included events. They can add information and additional notes to the timeline to help them remember the historical significance.

The timelines from Home School in the Woods is a must for an engaging history program!

What is included in the America’s Progress into the 20th Century Timeline?

This downloadable packet gives students lots of events to add to their timeline. First, students construct their timeline out of colored construction paper. It becomes an impressive strip of information that helps to understand the people and events that affected America.

Students can then color, cut, and tape their figures onto the timeline. My boys and I added additional information to the events to help us remember their significance.

How did our family use the America’s Progress into the 20th Century Timeline?

This was an excellent hands-on history program for our family! With three boys who love history, we dove into the timeline and had fun both reviewing and learning about new events and people. My high schooler is going to study the 20th Century in more detail, so this was the perfect introduction for him to get his intellectual juices going!

Buying a completed timeline is good to do, but making on is invaluable! Students learn as they create. Disjointed history pieces will fit into the larger puzzle of American and world history!

Are there more great products from Home School in the Woods?

Yes! Lap-packs include Knights, Wonders of the World, U.S. Elections, 20th Century in America, and Benjamin Franklin.

In the HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Studies, you can enjoy Ancient Egypt, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and Ancient Greece.

All New! The long-awaited Ancient Rome curriculum is ready to purchase from the History Through the Ages Project Passport World History Studies! Our family loved the Ancient Greece study and have been looking forward to Ancient Rome.

The Time Traveler American studies include New World Explorers, Colonial Life, The American Revolution, The Earth 19th Century, The Civil War, the Industrial Revolution through Great Depression, and World War II.

There are Activity Packs about The Old Testament, The New Testament, Composers, and Artists.

The Make-A-State Activity Pack allows students to research and learn about specific states. This is a great hands-on study to use as a state report or vacation preparation!

Home School in the Woods is now offering A-La-Carte projects! Now you don’t have to purchase the entire study unit to get the select projects for topical studies. Please check out this new service at

A La Carte Timelines include: Ancient Greece, The Early Nineteenth Century, World War II, the American Revolution, Civil War, Science, Invention, and Mathematicans timeline, American’s Progress into the 20th Century, The Middle Ages, and The Renaissance and Reformation.

Where can you find this and other resources from Home School in the Woods?

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I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.

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