All About Me Printable Book

A ten-page book for students to record facts about themselves.  You can use some or all of the pages.

All About Me Printable Book

Page 1 – A Portrait of Me
Page 2 – The color of my eyes is blue.
Page 3 – I write with my left hand.
Page 4 – I am 7 years old.
Page 5 – I live in a house.  My address is 123 Main Street.  (This page could be used by itself for practicing their address.)
Page 6 – There are 5 people in my family.
Page 7 – My phone number is 555-1234.  (Again, this could be used alone or along with the address page for learning personal information.)
Page 8 – My favorite color is red.
Page 9 – My favorite things – includes space to write and draw.
Page 10 – I have 2 pets at home.

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9 Responses to All About Me Printable Book

  1. Joyce September 2, 2011 at 9:27 pm #

    Hi I really want to use the all about me book for my class. When I tried to print it, it printed very large and I could not use it. How to i print it to the appropriate size.

    • Amanda September 3, 2011 at 2:01 am #

      Hi Joyce – If you are using Adobe Reader, you can adjust the printer settings to ‘Fit to Printable Area’ or ‘Shrink to Printable Area’. I think that’s usually selected by default, but it depends on which version you are using. If you don’t see that option in whatever program you are using, look under the ‘Advanced’ settings and see if there is a place where you can specify that you’re printing to a letter size paper. If you’re still having trouble, please include more details about the software you are using to view and print. :)

  2. Abbey September 8, 2011 at 2:01 pm #

    Hi! I’m a Preschool teacher. I am looking for a printable picture
    of a boy and girl (with body) with a blank face. I intend tp use it in my Theme
    board. Hope somebody can help me :-) Thanks

    • Amanda September 15, 2011 at 10:45 pm #

      Hi Abbey – This page was just added: Body Outline. I’m not sure it that will work for you, but feel free to suggest modification ideas! :)

  3. Pete March 7, 2012 at 8:07 am #

    I am a teacher of students who are challenged . This book All about me was a fun activity.

  4. sudjana April 27, 2012 at 4:08 am #

    tx for your website. it allows me to get free resource with ease. it is very helpful for me since i’m a volunteer in teaching marginal kids. i do not have much teaching resources, and your website is definetely a lifesaver.
    Thanks abundantly….

    • Amanda Post May 2, 2012 at 4:54 am #

      You’re welcome! I am happy to help! :) I will continue adding more.

  5. Sally Anderson August 31, 2012 at 5:33 pm #

    Hi,

    I am a student studying Early Childhood Education. I had a project for Social Studies to do that was about Family and friends. This really helped me. As I had 5 activities to do on this subject.

    Thanks
    Sally

  6. sandra September 8, 2012 at 7:55 pm #

    Thanks for this idea works perfectly for my lesson

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