Coloring Pages

(2 customer reviews)


These full-page World History Coloring Pages are perfect for younger students to enjoy while following along with their older siblings.  Each downloadable coloring book include all the same images from the coordinating History Timeline Figure volume.

This is a downloadable PDF for you to print at home.

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These History Timeline Figures were formatted to work with the Mystery of History as well as Classical Conversations.  We also have a lot of Tapestry of Grace customers!  You can compare your needs with the contents linked below. Many curriculums use the term “Volume”.  Please be sure that you choose a volume here by date rather than name. To view a Table of Contents, use the following links:

Volume 1 :: Volume 2 :: Volume 3 :: Volume 4

Check out what customers are saying!

Rebecca: Thank you so much for this coloring book! I got the download right away and was able to print 4 copies for my 4 little ones. Ages 6, 5, 4, and 2. They color while I read the history lesson for our 13 and 10 year olds! They love to be involved and this made it a perfect fit to do that!! Would recommend this!!

Marty: These are wonderful! My 7yo colors them while listening to our history lesson and then I use them as review aids for the older children.

Additional information


Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, All 4 Volumes

2 reviews for Coloring Pages

  1. Chad Phillippi-Jansen

    Our kiddos are loving these coloring pages to go with the audio book of vol 3 Mystery of HIstory. They listen while they color. It’s perfect!

  2. Nancy Pritchett

    My son loves these. We use them for our Mystery of History study, and they work perfectly. He is dyslexic, so I don’t want him to dread taking history notes. The coloring sheets are something he can enjoy while I read our lesson. These sheets are his favorite because the pictures are simple and match our lessons so well!

    • Jill Tolleson

      Thank you for sharing! I’m so glad they help him enjoy history. 🙂

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