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Continuum or timeline diagrams are a type of graphic organizer that are used to represent a continuum of data that occur in chronological (time) order or in sequential order.
If the topic has a definite beginning and/or ending points, and the data points in between are not discrete, use a continuum/timeline.
For example, a continuum or timeline diagram can be used to display milestones in a person's life.
In makeing a timeline, the student must first determine appropriate endpoints for the timeline and important points/dates to label on the continuum.
Vertical Continuum/Timeline Diagram Printout
A vertical timeline/continuum positioned on the left side of the page.
Vertical Continuum/Timeline Diagram Printout #2
A vertical timeline/continuum positioned on the middle of the page.
Horizontal Continuum/Timeline Diagram Printout
A horizontal timeline/continuum.
Diagonal Continuum/Timeline Diagram Printout
A timeline/continuum printout positioned diagonally.
Timeline, Numberline Activities:
|MAKE YOUR OWN TIMELINE
You can create a timeline of your own life.
Number Line to 10
Label the missing numbers in the three number lines that go from 0 to 10.
Number Line to 10
Label the missing numbers in the five number lines that go from 0 to 10.
Number Line to 20
Label the missing numbers in the five number lines that go from 0 to 20.
Number Line to 100
Label the missing numbers in the three number lines.
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