Here at KiddyCharts we love sharing things with you! From fantastic offers, to giveaways, to parenting advice. But one of the things that our site is known for is free printables. We have so much to offer you on our site, but we also want to share other sites with you that may be of interest. We want to do our best to bring you the best from around the parenting world, both on our blog and beyond. In this post we wanted to round of 25+ websites that offer free printables! Check them out and we hope you find some great bits to help keep your kids busy and entertained.
25+ websites that offer free printables
We can’t kick off our list without mentioning our own site. We have a lot of printables for your little ones, and not so little ones. From our newest printables, like our free key worker thank you poster to some of our most popular printables like our printables to turn Chupachups lollipops into emojis. Check them out!
And don’t forget, we have lots of colouring pages for kids and adults, too!
If you’re a homeschooling parent or just like to keep your little ones minds engaged then Twinkl is a great resource. The teacher created resources are a great way to follow your kids current curriculum at home.
3. Red Ted Art
If craft ideas is what you’re after then Red Ted Art should be your go to site. The lovely Maggy shares her crafting tips and ideas and her know how on creating crafts for all ages. On top of that she also has lovely printables – from seasonal arts ideas and beyond!
Keep the kids busy with some handicrafts from the Hattifant site! Though the site is geared at little ones, older kids and adults alike are sure to be inspired. Aside from the beautiful things you can make, you can also print some lovely colouring in pages on their site.
5. The Good Toy Guide
The Good Toy Guide is more than just a toy guide! Sure, you can find recommendations for some of the best learning toys for kids, but there’s also more! Check out their arts, crafts, and printables page.
We try to cater to both sides of the pond, and US website Education.com is on the list. There is a lot of content that can be used no matter what your kids curriculum is like. And if you’re in the US then you can use all the sheets in conjunction with your kids current learning plans.
7. Activity Village
Activity Village is such a great site, and they also offer free printables to boot! There are thousands of free printables on their site and they are organised in such a way that you can always find what you want without having to rummage through the entire site. Brilliant for when you need to print something quickly to keep the kids in learning mode.
If your kids range in age from preschoolers to teenagers you may want to head on over to Kidzone. Their range of educational printables covers all ages. So you can print numbers worksheet for your preschooler and a geometry practice sheet for your teen, all at the same time.
Scholastic is a well known book publisher in the US and now in the digital age they have a very useful website. You can pop on over to the Scholastic site to find activities for primary and secondary aged children.
10. Great Schools
Great Schools is a site that offers advice for parents and school ratings in the US. Not in the US? Well, don’t let that be a problem because not only can you find parenting advice and advice on your kids education, you can also find some great printables to help you with your kids learning journey.
We all know Crayola as the company that makes crayons, coloured pencils, markers and more. Which is why it’s not surprising to see that they have a plethora of free colouring pages on their site! It’s great to print out learning tools, but sometimes the kids just need a bit of colouring in fun.
We also have lots of colouring pages for both kids and adults as well as a colouring book on sale to raise money for charity, so why not check them out too?
12. The Spruce Crafts
The Spruce is a site all about interiors and homemaking but sister site The Spruce Crafts is all about crafts! Aside from gettting some fun craft ideas for kids you can also take advantage of some fun printables that your kids will enjoy.
13. Mr Printables
The Mr Printables site is aimed at preschool aged children, and offers them loads of learning printables. My favourite would hae to be the flashcards created to help your kids learn numbers and letters – they’re lovely to boot!
14. 123 Homeschool For Me
Whether you’re a full time homeschooling parent or are only homeschooling during the pandemic you should check out 123 Homeschool For Me.
15. Kids Can Have Fun
Kids can definitely have fun, but they can also learn whilst doing so. The Kids Can Have Fun site offers everything from activities to beat the boredom to educational worksheets, and everything in between. We are sure you can find something you’ll find useful.
16. DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
Do you want to find some seasonal activities and crafts for your kids? Then DLTK’s Crafts for Kids is a good site to visit. Here you can find seasonal crafts, holiday crafts, and many more printables.
17. Worksheet Fun
If you want to find a site that has more learning worksheets than you have ink in your printer for then Worksheeet Fun is it! This site has you covered on every learning activity that you can imagine. Maths, science, literacy, and the list goes on. And on.
18. All Kids Network
The All Kids Network site is a great resource for all parents, teachers, and anyone who works with kids. The activities on their page are great options for every stage of your kids learning.
It’s great when we can find asite that is a bit of a solace for mums, right? Well iMom is a great site for that. There are a lot of ideas for kids and free printables, but we had to also include it because there are a lot of free printables to make mum life that much simpler. That’s a bonus, isn’t it?
20. Happiness is Homemade
Happiness is Homemade is a lovely site created by Heidi Kundin and the site, is absolutely lovely. If you want to find some beautifully designed printables in colour then pop on over to the site. My favourite is the printable games and word searches. They are really, so pretty!
If you have a toddler at home, then you need to bookmark Totschooling. The site offers printables geared to your toddler and are you’re bound to find something worth printing.
22. The Best Ideas for Kids
A site we absolutely love, is The Best Ideas for Kids. They truly have the best ideas for kids when it comes to printables, crafts, activites and so much more. Check them out to find some creative ideas and keep the kids busy and entertained with their printables.
23. Living Montessori Now
If you’re a homeschooling parent then Living Montessori Now should be on your radar. You may not be following a Montessori approach but I am sure you can still find printables that are useful to your own homeschooling journey.
Cutesy name aside, Picklebums is a lovely blog that is very useful. Created by Kate, a former preschool teacher, this site is chokfull of resrouces for preschoolers. Who better than a former preschool teacher to get preschool resources from? Go take a look!
25. A Dab of Glue Will Do
Another fun site that we really like is A Dab of Glue Will Do. If you want some arts and crafts ideas to keep the kids enternatined and learning then check out all of the options that they offer. The printables are really cute, too!
26. Encourage Play
This site is unique in the sense that it does truly encourage play as a companion to learning. Created by a licensed mental health counselor, Encourage Play follows some tried and tested guidelines to help kids learn through play. Check out their resources and printables, too!
27. Orchard Toys
We have worked with Orchard Toys plenty of times here on the site, and they continue to be one of our favourite brands to partner with. This post isn’t partnered, but we really wanted to share with you that Orchard Toys has a section where they share some great activity sheets that you can print out for your little ones!
28. Learning Resources
Learning Resources offers some brilliant, well, learning resources. On top of that, you can find some of the best educational toys as well as printables to help on your kids learning journey. Their website is a fun site to navigate and you’ll be sure that you can also find some brilliant gifts for the kids.
Well, there you have it! We hope that you have found this list of resources and free printables helpful. Enjoy them, print them, and make sure you Pin them for later!
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