Tim's Printables

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You’ve arrived at Tim’s Printables, an online collection of high-quality entertaining and educational printables for kids, parents, and teachers.

New for October! Tim’s Halloween Printables

Terrifying templates, wicked worksheets, and creepy coloring pages

Witch Drawing

Illustration by Tim van de Vall

They’re scary and crawly, and they’re growing in number, day by day. No, not the cockroaches in your walls, but Tim’s Halloween Printables! Witches, pumpkins, bats and more. Between now and October 1st, new Halloween printables are being added almost every day.

See Tim’s Halloween Printables

Educational Printables

To help kids learn, and teachers teach

math printables

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Math Printables

1. First Grade Math Worksheets – Worksheets for grade 1.
2. Multiplication Table – Print your own multiplication table.
3. Number Line Printable – Blank number lines for math assignments.
4. Printable Protractor – Can’t find a protractor? Print one!
5. Printable Ruler in Inches – Print a ruler.
6. Printable Ruler in Centimeters – Print a metric ruler.

language arts printables

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Language Arts Printables

1. All About Me Printables – A fun first-day-of-school activity.
2. Bookmarks – Create a bookmark.
3. Hamburger Paragraph Printable – Teaches paragraph structure.
4. Handwriting Practice Paper – To help children write their letters.
5. Mad Libs – Fun mad libs based on classic Aesop’s Fables.
6. Story Starters – Creative story starters for kids.


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Science Printables

1. Animal Cell Diagram – Learn the organelles in an animal cell.
2. Brain Diagram – Learn the parts of the brain.
2. Human Skeleton Diagram – Learn the major bones in human body.
3. Solar System Diagram – Learn the order of the planets.

social studies printables

Joseph Duplessis, public domain

Social Studies Printables

1. Timelines – Blank timeline for Social Studies.
2. Woolly Mammoth Fact Sheet – Teach students about mammoths.
3. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – Self-actualize!
4. Ben Franklin Coloring Page – Color this famous Founding Father.
5. States and Capitals Quiz – Do you know them all?

Printables for Teachers and Parents

A set of helpful classroom materials

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Classroom Printables

1. Answer Sheet Templates – Blank answer sheets for teachers.
2. Award Ribbons – A job well done deserves an award ribbon.
3. KWL Chart – Know, Want to Know, Learned.
4. SMART Goals Chart – To help people set attainable goals.

printable paper

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Printable Paper

1. Graph Paper, 8.5 x 11 – Printable letter-sized graph paper.
2. Graph Paper, 11 x 17 – Printable tabloid-sized graph paper.
3. Isometric Graph Paper – Create block letters, and patterns.
4. Isometric Graph Paper, 11 x 17 – Large isometric graph paper.
5. Notebook Paper – Print your own notebook paper.
6. Sheet Music – Blank paper for musicians.
7. Scrolls – Write a message on a classic paper scroll.

man with calendar

photo: Tim van de Vall

Organization Printables

1. Daily Schedules – Create some order in the day .
2. Grocery Lists – Never forget an item at the store again.
3. To Do Lists – Write down all the things you need to do today.
4. Weekly Schedules – Plan your week so you can make the most it.
5. Monthly Calendars – Print a blank calendar.

Printable Crafts, Activities and Games

A collection of creative entertainment printables

craft printables

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Printable Crafts

1. Printable Board Game Boards – Make your own game.
2. Printable Dice – Make your own set of 6, 10 or 12 sided dice.
3. Paper Airplanes – The classic paper airplane with a new skin.
4. Make a Pop Up Card – Make your own pop up card.
5. Puzzles – Draw your own puzzle.

activities printables

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Printable Activities

1. Color by Numbers – Color and learn about numbers.
2. Connect-the-Dot Worksheets – Connect the dots to discover the image.
3. Mazes – Complete these fun hand-drawn mazes.
5. Paper Pizza – Cut and paste pizza activity for kids.
6. Spot the Difference Printables – How do the images differ?
7. Word Searches – A set of fun word searches!

game printables

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Printable Games

1. Bingo – Print a set of Bingo cards and tokens for the classroom.
2. Chess – Print your own a chess board and chess pieces.
3. Tic-Tac-Toe – A classic game in printable format.

Drawing & Writing Printables

For aspiring authors and illustrators

boy riding dragon

photo: Tim van de Vall, age 8

Drawing Printables

1. Drawing Tutorials – Printable step-by-step drawing tutorials.
2. Blank Comic Strips – Blank comic strip templates.
3. Comic Book Pages – Blank comic book templates.
4. Film Strips – Draw your own movie scenes.
5. Story Boards – Create your own storyboard.

writing printables

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Writing Printables

1. Printable Journal– Make your own journal.
2. Acrostic Poems – Write your own acrostic poem.
3. Comic Book Pages – Blank comic book templates.
4. Film Strips – Draw your own movie scenes.
5. Story Boards – Create your own storyboard.

Printables by Theme

pirate printablesPirate Printables

1. Pirate Treasure Maps – Print a pirate treasure map!
2. Paper Treasure Chest – Make a pirate treasure chest.
3. Pirate Coloring Pages – Color pirates online!

{ 7 comments… add one }

  • Tina Welch 07/03/2015, 2:27 pm

    One of the few sites that actually allowed me to print without signing up, downloading a printer, etc…Thanks!!
    I look forward to utilizing this sight for homeschooling and Sunday School. Please keep up the excellent work!

  • Brenda Cavallero 08/22/2015, 12:56 am

    I just found your website while doing a Google search for an ice cream cone template. Your site is amazing! I’m just sorry that I didn’t find your site a long time ago.

    • Tim van de Vall 08/22/2015, 1:39 pm

      Thanks Brenda! I’m glad you like it, and that I’m able to help.



  • Michelle Armistead-Ings 08/31/2015, 5:06 am

    Great job and extremely useful! Thanks for taking the time to help us out. I will definitely use this site often for projects and teaching. Now I won’t have to search all over the internet when I need templates and ideas for crafts.

  • Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow 09/15/2015, 3:07 pm

    I am a quilter…needed an oak leaf. Found a perfect one here; thank you :)

  • Mona Abdelmegeed 09/17/2015, 2:00 pm

    I think it is an useful and amazing site. It helps both teachers and students. Thanks a lot

  • Doc 10/03/2015, 5:04 am

    Wow what a easy site to use & navigate, lov my grandson & I are learning to write & draw, this is perfect for all ages,& to give my grandson a fun way to learn with all family members.
    Keep up the awesome work

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