In this All About Me Worksheet printable, you’ll find a spot for a picture/drawing, sharing about favorites, strengths, and even what the child wants to do when he or she grows up.
I created this free printable because it works well at several different times of the year. Try it for:
It’s also fun to do it yearly and keep it in a binder to document how kids grow and develop. Then, just pull it out when they are older. You’ll quickly see what they loved at every age!
How to Use the All About Me Worksheet
It’s super easy! Just fill it out! 🙂 To modify it for different levels, try these tips:
For Young Kids
If your child is in preschool or early elementary, you can write the answers for them or let them draw their answers instead.
For Older Kids
For Elementary School students that are more advanced, have kids write a paragraph about themselves after finishing the worksheet.
In this way, the worksheet serves as the perfect outline to a short paper or presentation.
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