mom2twoWTM Posted January 14, 2012 Share Posted January 14, 2012 We try to do most things online or electronic - it's just how we roll :lol: My husband just found tiki-toki.com. It looks like a really great tool. With a free account you can set up one timeline - "The History of the World" is what I'm thinking. Has anyone used this? What do you like, not like, about tiki-toki? Any other online timeline tools that have worked for you? We started homeschooling our twins last spring - 13 yo eighth graders now. We've been using The Great Courses Middle Ages lectures. The professor jumps back and forth in time to cover various topics so it's confusing my girls a bit. I want to capture the major points a timeline to give them the chronological context they seem to be missing from the lectures. Thanks for any input. Jill Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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