ABC and 123: A Learning Collaborative: Free Printables for Learning

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Free Printables for Learning

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Who doesn't love online printables?? Today's round up includes many great resources for putting together some of your own learning materials.

D. Sharp's Journal shares the printable for making a mini piggy bank, perfect for learning to save and count coins.

Alpha Mom has put together printable lunchbox notes for you to encourage your school age child over the noon hour.

Use the back to school vintage lined tags at Free Pretty Things to have your child practice writing notes to others.
Homemade by Jill posted some cute and colorful aplhabet flashcards for your enjoyment.

Somewhat Simple shares how she turned a photo album into a dry erase activity book and shares downloads for the pages.

Flipflops and Applesauce shares a printable that not just a bookmark. It's also a mini vowel book.

Write your life story using the prompts from Becky Higgins. There is a teen and adult version.

Keep track of your books with these cute book plates from Orange You Lucky. There's also cute happy bookplate with a little girl and a kitty and even more, here.

Make and elegant library kit with Twig & Thistle, a beautiful way to remember what you've read.

Christie at Grace is Overrated has put together several journaling pages with fun fill in the blanks and prompts, like this one. Each contains several areas and is available to download in both color and black & white.

You can also make your own journal with this printable version at Tricia-Rennea. Cute pages for inside are also provided.

There are a variety of primary handwriting papers on Classroom Jr, some with space to also draw a picture.

Yellow Mum shared these math circles and dinosaur shapes. Both are part of her freebie friday printables so you'll want to check back and see what else she's come up with! In the meantime, you might want to see the flashcards and other printables she has for purchase.

Teach financial responsibility with these homemade piggy banks! Giver's Log provides a printable so you can make some with your empty spice jars.

Download a booklet full of ideas of fun things to do with your toddler at the Executive Homemaker.

You can also find two doodle placemats there and a few more Issa Sarza's blog. Print a few out and keep them in the car. You'll never be caught at a restaurant without something to keep the kids occupied.

Learn about birds with the bird watching printable and cutouts at Cooking with My Kid and go bird watching indoors.

Use this board from Let's Play to turn a shopping trip into a game!

These bingo boards were just too darn cute for us not to include! Part of a wonderful month long birthday series at Draw Pilgrim, after snagging the game you'll want to look around and download all the other pieces that make up a colorful and coordinated birthday party! Seriously we mean everything...from invites to decorations! All the links are compiled on this Wrap Up page.


  1. WOW! These are fabulous. I especially love the first one - the little piggy bank. What a cute idea.

  2. Thanks for sharing, those are great. Karen
    Sippy Cup Central Mom

  3. Thanks for sharing, those are great. Karen
    Sippy Cup Central Mom