World History Coloring Pages Vol. 2 – Dark Ages thru Age of Enlightenment (c. 500-1600)

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World History Coloring Pages

Explore castles and chivalrous knights as they exapand, head out on The Crusades, and become countries throughout Europe. Learn about fascinating figures like King Henry VIII, Bloody Mary, Elizabeth I of England, Lorenzo the Magnificent, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, Ghengis Khan, and others. Join up with famous explorers like Vasco de Gama, Magellan, and Columbus as they discover new continents and oceans, new trade routes, fascinating civilizations in Mesoamerica.  Enjoy the beauty of the Renaissance with painters, scultpors, and architects like Leonado da Vinci, MIchealangelo, Donatello, and others. Plus you will exapnd your horizons as you read about the Incas, Australian Aboriginees, Japan’s Isolation, and early Mali in Africa in these printable world history coloring pages. The second Volume of our Digging into World History Coloring Pages includes almost 100 coloring pages covering over 1000 years of histroy from the beginning of the Middle Ages through the Renaissance and ultimately the Jamestown Settlement. Use these with your homeschool history lessons as you teach homeschool history to elementary age students.

You can grab coordinating world history lessons which includes 90 lessons, ideas to dig deeper for each lesson, worksheets, quizes, tests, and mapping activities too!

NOTE: This is a digital, downloadable file. No physical mateial will be shipped. This allows you to print as many copies as you need to for your family or homeschool co-op of 35 students or less. For larger groups please purchase the appropriate quantity in multiples of 35 students.

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History Coloring Pages

I created this second set of history coloring pages to go along with the lessons in our Digging into World History Volume 2. This homeschool history curriculum is perfect for letting younger students enjoy history too; they will stay engaged and remember what they were learning because of the visual and kinesthetic experience. But these world history coloring pages can be used on their own, to supplement a world history homeschoool curriculum, or just for fun to sneak a little learning in your day. Each page includes a memorable picture to color along with a paragraph of information about that historical event.

The printable coloring sheets included in this set are listed below. If you are looking for more history coloring pages, grab Digging into World History Vol. 1 Coloring pages that cover Creation to the Fall of Rome.

  1. Digging into World History Vol. 2 Coloring Page
  2. Dark Ages Overview Castle & Knight
  3. Dark Ages – c.500-1000
  4. King Arthur c.503
  5. Justinian I and Theodora – Byzantine Empire 527-565
  6. Saint Sophia Cathedral (horizontal)
  7. Illuminated Manuscripts (Columba, missionary to Scotland)
  8. Japan & Prince Shotoku, 594-622
  9. Gregory I, 590-604
  10. China’s Sui Dynasty 581-618 and Tang Dynasties 618-907
  11. Mohamed & Islam, 572-
  12. Wu Zetian Empress of China, 624-705
  13. The Epic of Beowulf, 700s
  14. Al-Andalusia – The Ornament of the World, 711-1492
  15. St. Boniface Missionary to Germany, 688-754
  16. The Iconoclast Controversy, 726-1054
  17. Charlemagne Crowned Emperor of Europe, 800
  18. Abbasid Dynasty, 750-1258
  19. Vikings Raid and Trade, 793-1066
  20. Methodius and Cyril – Missionaries to the Slavs, 811-869
  21. Alfred the Great of England, 871-899
  22. Discovering Iceland, 860-930
  23. Good King Wenslas, 904-929
  24. Otto I of the Holy Roman Empire, 904-929
  25. Vladimir I of Kiev, 980-1015
  26. China’s Song Dynasty, 960—1279
  27. Erik the Red & Leif Erikson Norse Explorers, 950-1003
  28. Macbeth, King of Scotland, 1005-1057
  29. El Cid and the Reconquista of Spain, 1040-1099
  30. William the Conqueror & Battle of Hastings, 1066-1087
  31. The Investiture Controversy 1076-1080
  32. East West Schism of the Church, 1054
  33. The Crusades,  1096-1204
  34. Eleanor of Aquitaine, 1122-1204
  35. Robin Hood, 1160-1247
  36. Zimbabwe, 900-1400
  37. Early Mali in Africa, 1240-1500
  38. Francis Assisi  1181-1226
  39. Japan’s Shoguns, 1192-1892
  40. Genghis Khan Rules the Mongols, 1206-1294
  41. England’s Magna Carta, 1215
  42. New Zealand, 1250-
  43. Marco Polo Journey to China, 1271-1295
  44. Scotland’s Fight for Freedom, 1292-1328
  45. Roger Bacon / Dante Alighieri, Middle Ages
  46. Aztecs of Mesoamerica, 1300-1525
  47. Hundred Years’ War and Black Death, 1328-1453
  48. Incas of South America, 1438-1533
  49. Ottoman Empire Defeats Constantinople, 1453
  50. China’s Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644
  51. John Wycliff and the Reformation, 1368-1644
  52. The Renaissance, 14-17th Centuries
  53. Early Portuguese Explorers, 1419-1497
  54. War of the Roses, 1455-1485
  55. Princes in the Tower, 1483
  56. Johannes Gutenberg Invents the Printing Press, 1456
  57. Tsar Ivan the Great of Russia, 1462-1505
  58. Cosimo de ‘Medici & the Italian Renaissance, 1464+
  59. The Spanish Inquisition, 1478-1834
  60. Lorenzo the Magnificent, 1478-1492
  61. Columbus Sails to the Caribbean, 1492-1502
  62. The Safavid Empire of Persia, 1502-1736
  63. Renaissance Painters, 14 & 15th Centuries
  64. Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519
  65. Michelangelo, 1475-1564
  66. Niccolo Machiavelli, 1513-1527
  67. Martin Luther & the Protestant Reformation, 1517-1648
  68. North American Explorers, 1513-1540
  69. Ferdinand Magellan Sails West, 1519-1522
  70. Suleiman and the Ottoman Empire, 1520-1566
  71. Mughal Dynasty of India, 1500s-1700s
  72. Henry VIII and his Many Wives, 1529-1547
  73. William Tyndale, 1526-1536
  74. Nicolaus Copernicus, 1522-1543
  75. John Calvin’s Institute of the Christian Religion, 1533-1564
  76. Council of Trent, 1545-1563
  77. Ivan the Terrible, 1547-1584
  78. Bloody Mary Tudor, 1553-1558
  79. Elizabeth I of England, 1558-1603
  80. John Knox & The Reformation, 1546-1587
  81. Johannes Kepler, 1589-1630
  82. Sir Francis Drake, 1572-1596
  83. Sir Walter Raleigh, 1572-1618
  84. The Dutch Revolt & William the Silent, 1576-1648
  85. William Shakespeare, 1564-1616
  86. England Defeats the Spanish Armada, 1588
  87. Japan’s Isolation & Tokugawa Ieyasu, 1603-1867
  88. Don Quixote by Cervantes, 1605
  89. William Janszoon & Australian Aborigines, 1605
  90. Sir Francis Bacon & the Age of Enlightenment, 1605-1626
  91. Henry Hudson, 1607-1611
  92. Samuel de Champlain, 1608-1635
  93. Baroque Period of Art, 1590-1700
  94. Rembrandt, 1606-1669
  95. Jamestown Settlement, 1607

**This resource is intended for homeschool family, small homeschool coops, or classrooms of less than 35 students a year. To use for larger groups please purchase more licenses or contact info@ to discuss options.

2 reviews for World History Coloring Pages Vol. 2 – Dark Ages thru Age of Enlightenment (c. 500-1600)

  1. Claire

    So excited to get started with Volume 2! The coloring pages are my favorite. It helps my visual leanerners and the paragraph is just enough history for my foundations kids!

  2. Heidi

    So excited to see the next batch available. These are the perfect way to keep my littles and elementary age kids engaged while we study history. So cute, thanks!

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