Printable Charts

Our free printable charts for math, reading, writing, and more! These charts will help your child visualize and understand a variety of concepts as you teach and they learn new concepts. One of the best ways to learn is through the use of visual representations. These chart printables are great for use in a homeschool classroom or as a fun visual reminder in your classroom setting! For even more hands-on learning activities, check out our Letter of the Week Alphabet Curriculum!

Math Charts

Math charts are an essential tool in any math classroom. They can help students to understand and remember mathematical concepts, serve as a reference tool, and be used as a teaching tool for teachers. They provide a visual representation of mathematical concepts, making it easier for students to understand and remember them. Math charts can serve as a reference tool for students when they are working on math problems and they can also be used as a teaching tool for teachers. 

Multiplication Charts

Free printable multiplication charts and posters you can use for student reference or classroom tools. We’ve included 12 x 12 multiplication charts, 10 x 10 for facts to 100 and more. Find colorful charts, printable multiplication table worksheets, blank multiplication charts for students to fill in the missing numbers and more. Your students will have their math facts down in no time flat with these free PDF teaching resources.

Hundreds Charts

Free printable Hundreds charts for students learning to count to 100. Start your mornings off with simple counting practice to one hundred. We’ve created PDF charts, blank hundreds charts, fill in the missing number blanks, hundreds chart games, worksheets, activities and more. Everything you need to count the first 100 days of school and build early math literacy.

Place Value Charts

Print our free place value charts and diagrams for learning number sense. Teach your math students that each digit has a place and a value! Our place value charts feature whole numbers to the hundred millions as well as decimal numbers to the millionths.

Addition Charts

An addition chart is a useful reference when teaching students basic addition. Students can use the chart as a handy guide when they are stuck on an addition problem or to check their work. Students follow the row & column of the numbers they want to add until they meet up. This set includes helpful follow-up worksheet to practice basic addition facts to 20.

Subtraction Charts

An addition chart is a useful reference when teaching students basic addition. Students can use the chart as a handy guide when they are stuck on an addition problem or to check their work. Students follow the row & column of the numbers they want to add until they meet up. This set includes helpful follow-up worksheet to practice basic addition facts to 20.

Times Table Charts

Free Time Table Charts from 1-12! As kids start learning to memorize multiplication facts, it’s easy to get frustrated for parents, teachers, and kids. That’s why we decided to create an easy way for students to master their multiplication facts with our handy and easy-to-use multiplication times table printables. Kids can use these multiple times in their homeschool, classroom, tutoring, or learning centers.

Division Chart

Free division chart worksheets. These division chart worksheets are perfect for kids in fourth grade and up. These division printables are excellent tools to teach older children how to divide numbers without reminders. All of the division worksheets are filled with one-digit divisors

Reading Charts

Printable reading charts are useful tools for promoting reading and tracking progress in classrooms. They can help to promote a love of reading and encourage students to continue reading in the future. They also provide a visual representation of English language arts strategies in reading. Finally, they promote a sense of community within the classroom.

Alphabet Charts

Free printable alphabet charts for students learning their ABC’s. We’ve created a variety of free printable PDF letter charts including A-Z, individual letter, Alphabet Animals, Cursive Alphabet Charts, Bible ABC Charts, and even Spanish Alphabet Charts.

CVC Word Lists

CVC Word Lists for preschool, kindergarten, first-grade, and second grade. Our free printable PDF CVC word lists provide you with colorful CVC word charts for easy reference and assessment. Teach your child to read CVC words using our full-size word lists.

Fry Sight Word Lists

Free Fry Sight Word lists featuring 1,000 commonly consumed words from first grade through tenth grade. Our free printable Fry sight word lists provide you with colorful sight word charts that are easy to reference and fun to look at!

Dolch Sight Word Lists

Dolch sight words list for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third-grade levels. Our free printable Dolch sight word lists provide you with colorful sight word charts for easy reference and assessment. Teach your child to read sight words with these full-size PDF Dolch 220 sight word lists.

Writing Charts

The following writing charts are important for several reasons. First, writing charts can help students select the appropriate writing strategy by providing them with a visual representation of different strategies they can use. Second, writing charts can reinforce prior learning and make new learning accessible to students. By posting charts that contain relevant and current information, students can refer to them and use them to make connections and contribute to classroom discussions. Third, writing charts can help students organize, clarify, or simplify complex information by using graphic organizers. These visual guides work best when the learning goals drive the design and students are engaged in their creation. Fourth, hanging charts at the students’ eye level or just above eye level with clear images and large text can help reinforce the information that students are learning or have already learned. Finally, writing charts can support students in their endeavors as writers. *Coming Soon*

What are Printable Charts?

Printable charts refer to any type of visual representation or graphic that can be printed out on paper or card stock for long term use. These charts can be used for various purposes, including organizing, tracking, goal setting, and teaching purposes. Printable charts are popular because they provide a physical and visual reminder of tasks, goals, or important information. They can be easily customized and printed out, allowing individuals to have a tangible reference to help them stay organized and motivated.

How to Teaching Using Printable Charts

Teachers can use printable charts in a variety of ways to enhance their teaching and improve student learning. From providing a visual aid to reinforcing key concepts, facilitating group work, and encouraging self-reflection, printable charts can be an extremely effective teaching tool for teachers and students alike.

Preschool Bundle

Are you a homeschool parent or educator looking for the ultimate resource to provide a comprehensive and well-rounded education for your young students? Well, we have the answer! With a focus on literacy, math, science, and social-emotional development, our amazing preschool curriculum bundle provides a cohesive and consistent learning experience for young students. Best of all, our product saves you time and money in the long run! Get ready to take your preschooler’s learning to the next level with our Preschool Curriculum Bundle!

Our Preschool Curriculum Bundle is a great resource for preschool, homeschool, and early elementary classrooms. It includes many of our top-selling and most-loved preschool homeschool curriculum resources, which can save time and money for parents and educators. This bundle has been specifically designed to give instruction over a 4-day week, which can help to create a cohesive and consistent learning experience for young students. The preschool curriculum bundle will also provide a well-rounded educational experience for young students, covering a range of important topics such as literacy, math, science, and social-emotional development. 

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If you love to give your students a variety of hands-on, interactive learning opportunities, then these resources are for you. With an emphasis on fine motor control and development, early learning skills, and language, your students will be having fun while learning in no time!

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