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Plenty of Printables—All Free to Download

A B C PrintablesHave you ever explored the online options for free printables? You'll find everything from coloring pages to handwriting practice guides, classroom activities to birthday party invitations, and just about everything in between!

Best Free Printables

Here are some of the best free printables, many sourced from our Facebook fans:

A to Z Teacher Tools has lots of fun and educational printables, including word search worksheets and books for early readers.

Beginning Reading has fantastic worksheets related to their phonics-based beginning reading program. There are alphabet practice sheets, alphabet flash cards, and much more.

Family Fun is an incredible resource with its vast printables collection. In addition to common printables like coloring pages, they also have ones you don't see as much like games and puzzles, photo frames, greeting cards, and stickers.

Handwriting Without Tears offers curriculum overviews and teacher guidelines as well as printable handwriting letter formation charts for capital and lowercase letters, cursive and print, and numbers.

Homeschool Creations is full of educational printables and resources for homeschoolers, including sign language cards and country flag cards.

NASA has a Kid's Club with plenty of coloring sheet options, and most include space facts. There are single coloring pages like Lunar Rocks! as well as entire coloring books such as the 11-page Color and Learn Space Shuttle book.

National Geographic offers a lot of fun options for kids, including animal coloring books with enough detail to appeal to older kids as well.

School Spark specializes in educational worksheets for young children, and covers a variety of areas including reading skills and math/number awareness. They also include lots of tips for parents about how to use the printables to help your child to learn.

Twisty Noodle has thousands of coloring pages and worksheets, many with holiday themes. You can also change the font and the captions on many of them.

And here are few more fun and educational kids printables we just had to pass along:

Are you now hooked on printables? If so, you're in luck! We've got even more on our Printables Pinterest Board (and if you need a Pinterest invite so you can also get hooked on pinning, just let us know). If we're missing fun printables, please share your source below!

Jun 18, 2013 12:35 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

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Thanks,

Julia

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