I love pretty printables! I enjoy creating them, using them, and sharing them with others. If you like printables, too, you’ve come to the right place. Our family website offers a treasure trove of pretty & practical printable resources — calendars, chore charts, coloring pages, and much, much more.
Clever uses for our pretty printables:
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Bible Memory Printables
A few of our most popular Scripture based printables:
- One-Year Bible Reading Plan – the plan I’ve used for nearly 20 years
- Books of the Bible Printable – plus a summary of each of the 66 books
- Days of Creation Printable – this poem will teach you the order quick
- Ten Commandments Printable – plus an award certificate for memorizing!
- Bible Memory Cards – pretty verses to post around your house
- 50 Bible Verses to Memorize – how many do you know already?
- Bible Memory ABC – a different verse for every letter of the alphabet
- Bible Knowledge Conversation Starters – how quickly can you answer?
- Sermon Notes for Kids – to encourage them to listen in church
Whether you’re looking for new family read-alouds, fun but frugal activities to do with your kids, new ways to celebrate cherished holidays, or tips for keeping a tidy home, our concise and colorful bucket lists have you covered!
Top 50-Things Charts
Why 50 things? Because it’s a nice round number — and for several of our lists, you can tackle a different item every week for a year, taking two weeks off for good behavior. For our Christmas Countdown, do two a day December 1-25. For the summer bucket list, try five per week for the ten weeks you’re off from school.
Miscellaneous Bucket Lists
These lists don’t fit the theme, but are still fun and useful. If long bucket lists stress you out, use one of our simple “5 Things” templates to design your own!
We’ve moved all our calendars to their very own page! As you can see below, we offer a variety of styles. Check out our FREE PRINTABLE CALENDARS page download any or all of our pretty printable calendars for this year, next year, or any of the years we’ve offered in the past!
Do your kids (and yourself) a favor by assigning age-appropriate chores, then work as a team to keep your home clean and in order. Our charts will help you stay on track! You can even make a game of tidying up!
Handy Free Printable
Our Age-Appropriate Chore Chart for Children is one of the prettiest and most popular printables we’ve ever offered and brought such an influx of traffic when I first posted it that it broke our website!
It’s now been translated into several languages. Click on the link below to download your copy:
A few sample chore charts:
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we have the most wonderful collection of free, pretty printables to help you celebrate — an early Christmas gift from my family to yours. Enjoy!
Christmas Movie Trivia Quizzes
Are there films you watch every Christmas, never fail? See how closely you’ve been paying attention year after year with one of our Christmas movie trivia tests.
Christmas Party Games
We have dozens of pretty printable Christmas games, so print out a few for your next holiday party or family gathering and race to see who can finish first. Consider awarding a prize to the winner(s).
Christmas Stationery, Seals, Lists, and Labels
Presidential Quotes Coloring Pages
I’ve been slowly adding presidential quote coloring pages as a way of augmenting our family’s US history studies. Click the link above to see all the pages from this collection I’ve posted so far..
- Earning Screen Time – our kids used this chart to earn time on the computer or tablet by reading
- Extend Your Reach – here is a handy chart of daily chores & activities kids should do before spending time on digital devices
- Computer Time Log – here is a simple time log to monitor how screen time is being utilized
Get your family talking
The secret to getting family members to open up is by asking open-ended questions — something they can’t answer with a simple “yes” or “no.” Our free printable discussion prompts will fuel many a lively dinnertime discussion, so give them a try!
Diabetes Care Charts
Tools to help diabetics manage their blood sugars:
- Big Diabetes Chart — This is the chart we are currently using. I post a new one on the refrigerator every week and file the completed charts in a 3-ring binder.
- Diabetes Management Log (Color) — I print these double-sided and staple them together to make a little booklet, but the chart can also be posted on the refrigerator for a visible reminder to check glucose before eating.
- Diabetes Management Log (Black & White) — Same basic chart as the one above, with spaces for logging glucometer readings, carb intake, and insulin doses.
- Diabetes Monitoring Log (Plain) — This is an old chart we used when our firstborn was diagnosed over 20 years ago
- “I Give My Own Shots Now” Chart — We used this chart to bribe our six-year-old into giving his own shots. We awarded points each time he gave an injection himself and took away points every time he lost his kit. Once he earned 100 points, he won a prize. It worked like magic.
Here are a few free printables we’ve used in tracking our family’s finances over the years (and teaching our children to do the same):
Fun & Games
We have all sorts of fun printable games and activities to help you have a memorable time together with family members and friends. Try testing your knowledge of random facts on a variety of interesting topics with our trivia quizzes.
How quickly can you decipher all the mixed-up words on these lists? Don’t let the capital letters throw you. I just put those in to make things a little more challenging!
Share the good news!
Isaiah 52:7 says, ““How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, Who bring glad tidings of good things!” And I could say the same thing about our pretty printable gospel tracts. They are cute as a button, but they also pack a powerful truth!
Greeting Cards & Gifts
Folded Cards with Envelopes
All our cards are blank inside, so you can write your own heartfelt greeting. I keep a stack of white card stock for printing these cards, as that is slightly heavier paper and makes for more professional looking cards.
Calling Cards & Coupons
Print these smaller coupons, calling cards, and love notes to tuck into school lunches, parents’ desk drawers, children’s stockings, or hostess gifts.
Here are a few of the charts we use to track height & weight & see how much our children change from year to year:
- Family One-Page Birth Statistics
- Family One-Page Growth Chart
- Growth Chart for Babies – Traditional
- Growth Chart for Bigger Boys – B&W
- Growth Chart for Bigger Boys – Color
- Growth Chart for Older Girls – B&W
- Growth Chart for Older Girls – Color
- Growth Chart for Babies – B&W
- Growth Chart for Babies – Color
- My Life So Far Kid’s Annual Interview
- Children’s Free Annual Keepsake Record
- Partner & Seat Assignments – Sample
Our most popular math drills and practice sheets
Practice Records and Musical Flashcards:
- Piano Practice Sheet (This is the chart we currently use. It tracks pieces played rather than time spent practicing.)
- Piano Key Flashcards (Color)
- Piano Key Flashcards (B&W: color your own)
- Music Note Flashcards (four octaves: includes bass clef)
- Lesson Notes (a handy form for taking notes during children’s music lessons)
- Practice Record (our kids use this chart for keeping track of practice time)
More Music-Themed Printables
We have word find puzzles, conversation starters, harmonica music, song lists, lyric sheets, and more.
Shower games, welcome banners, packing lists, and more
- “It’s a Boy” or “It’s a Girl” Pennant Banners – take your pick!
- Baby Shower Word Scramble – how quickly can you unscramble them all?
- Match the Mother and Baby Animals – how many of these mama/baby pairs can you identify?
- What’s in Your Purse – another fun game for baby shower guests
- Praying for Your Unborn Child – it’s never too early to start praying for your offspring!
- Advice Cards for the New Mama – have guests jot down a tip, prayer, or blessing for the mama
- Do You Wanna Have a Baby? – a fun song to sing at baby showers (listen to me sing it here)
- Hospital Packing List – I use this list every time I’m pregnant and ready to deliver
- Family Birth Statistics – pertinent information for all family births on a single page