Timespirals by TimeTrace®, Inc.
A Bird’s Eye View of Big History
Six spiral timelines, illustrating how WE BELONG—to the universe, to Earth, with all life. Timespirals are full of scientific and historic information about Earth’s evolving creation story. Make sense of how we humans fit into 13.7 billion years of cosmic, geologic, biologic and historic evolution. Discover that you’re connected to everything and everyone and that YOU BELONG here!
TIMESPIRALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE in a 2 dimensional form! This new format is particularly helpful for hands-on learners. They are packable and portable, ruggedly constructed, and can be easily displayed, flipped through, and shared among several people at once. And the set, which includes all 6 versions of spirals, comes with a price tag of $29-$36! TO ORDER, click "Timespirals" tab, above.
TimeTrace® was featured in the July newsletter of the International Big History Association.The article provides a comprehensive overview of our place in the Universe.
Karen Kudebeh, founder of TimeTrace, Inc. and designer of these timespirals, makes frequent presentations of “The Story and Science of Belonging.” Sign up for her newsletter to hear about these opportunities.
“Timespirals are elegant, visually appealing, and clearly committed to scientific and historical accuracy. I consider them one of the most important teaching tools for the 21st century classroom.”
-Stephan Martin, college astronomy educator and author of Cosmic Conversations
“At last—the essence of Big History in a powerful, visual form. A MUST HAVE for reference and inspiration!”
-Michael Dowd, author of the best-selling book Thank God for Evolution
“A long awaited resource for leaders, teachers, parents, students, seekers.”
-Sister Miriam Therese MacGillis, director of Genesis Farm and leading interpreter of theologian Thomas Berry
Watch The Overview
Timespirals engage adults and children; they are used for display and for hands-on exploration in classrooms, homes, offices, other gathering places. They can be taken out into nature as an accessible reference guide. They’re heavily laminated so they stand up to lots of use.