Free All About Me Printables for Back to School


Free All About Me Printables for Back to School

We’ve got something fun for your kiddos as you head back to school (or any time of the year). This All About Me printable pack is totally free for subscribers! 

All About Me activities help children become self-aware. It teaches them how to think for themselves and understand that it’s okay to have their own likes, dislikes, and abilities.

As you are getting back to homeschool with your kids, these prompts can serve as a gentle lead into other work. They’ll balk less about having to write when they get to write about things they enjoy. This printable pack can help them ease into their studies by taking the pressure off of what to write and focus more on what they enjoy.

And you can use their finished pages as prompts for work later in the school year. For example; if you need them to do a research project on an animal, you can assign their favorite animal based upon what they wrote on their All About Me pages. Or, you can have them do a life skills project cooking their favorite foods.

Don’t forget the learning cube. They write on the cube what they want to learn about, field trips they want to take, and things they want to improve upon. You can pull out the cube, roll the die, and let them learn about the things they’ve written. It’s an easy way to prompt them to take ownership of their own learning.

Inside the All About Me Printable Pack

This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printable pages for kids, including a foldable cube template!

  • All About Me in Numbers
  • Things I Love color-coded puzzle
  • All About Me learning cube
  • All About Me infographic
  • 1-8 Favorite Things page

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